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    Re: Why the Giants

    I think Shockey likes our cheerleaders...
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    I want to see the Giants have to scrape Eli off of the turf after our defense is done with him.
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    i don't know why we play the GIANTS but it is not because the vikings finish second i do not think because up in my room i have the vikings secedule for 2003-2008? I still think that the vikes will lose to the giants agian they know something about are D. But then agian it is proubley our offence because if you are a cave man you could beat our D
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    Re: Why the Giants

    OMG! I cannot believe that I have to explain this again! Do some of you watch football? Do some of you know what is going on in the league? Come on!

    [size=18px]Every team uses the exact same formula to determine who their opponents are.[/size]

    I have posted this so many times before:

    The NFL season schedule formula is the same for every team.

    6 Games Division opponents
    4 Games vs AFC (we play the AFC North this year)(rotate each year)
    4 Games NFC Division (NFC South, rotate each year)
    2 Games vs remaining 2 NFC Division teams that held the same spot in their Division as us. (Giants and St. Louis, both finished in 2nd)

    So, the NFL does not sit and figure out good matchups. We played the Giants this year because we rotated to the NFC East. In '05, we play them because we both finshed in 2nd place in our Divisions.

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    Re: Why the Giants

    lol... :roll: :shock: this one has deffinantly been discussed before

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    I hope we smoke-em this year.I don,t think it will be easy though.They have a pretty good mind fu%# going on with us right now ! Hey Nelson guy,what is ESPN,s the season?
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    we will pound the gaints azz this year ,plus a few other sorry azz teams in the nfc north!
    who picked the colors of piss and puke for thier team colors?.....ok i ll give ya one guess

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    Re: Why the Giants

    "ultravikingfan" wrote:
    OMG! I cannot believe that I have to explain this again! Do some of you watch football? Do some of you know what is going on in the league? Come on!

    [size=18px]Every team uses the exact same formula to determine who their opponents are.[/size]

    I have posted this so many times before:

    The NFL season schedule formula is the same for every team.

    6 Games Division opponents
    4 Games vs AFC (we play the AFC North this year)(rotate each year)
    4 Games NFC Division (NFC South, rotate each year)
    2 Games vs remaining 2 NFC Division teams that held the same spot in their Division as us. (Giants and St. Louis, both finished in 2nd)

    So, the NFL does not sit and figure out good matchups. We played the Giants this year because we rotated to the NFC East. In '05, we play them because we both finshed in 2nd place in our Divisions.
    First don't type angry hehe! Second sorry I might have missed it reading the other 10,000 messages on this board! Third the word must not be getting out since Tice said after the last Giant beating. The good news is we don't have them next year.
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    Re: Why the Giants

    "Vikes" wrote:
    "ultravikingfan" wrote:
    OMG! I cannot believe that I have to explain this again! Do some of you watch football? Do some of you know what is going on in the league? Come on!

    [size=18px]Every team uses the exact same formula to determine who their opponents are.[/size]

    I have posted this so many times before:

    The NFL season schedule formula is the same for every team.

    6 Games Division opponents
    4 Games vs AFC (we play the AFC North this year)(rotate each year)
    4 Games NFC Division (NFC South, rotate each year)
    2 Games vs remaining 2 NFC Division teams that held the same spot in their Division as us. (Giants and St. Louis, both finished in 2nd)

    So, the NFL does not sit and figure out good matchups. We played the Giants this year because we rotated to the NFC East. In '05, we play them because we both finshed in 2nd place in our Divisions.
    First don't type angry hehe! Second sorry I might have missed it reading the other 10,000 messages on this board! Third the word must not be getting out since Tice said after the last Giant beating. The good news is we don't have them next year.
    Relax! Did I specifically mention your name?

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    "Vikes" wrote:
    The good news is we don't have them next year.
    We will if they finish first in their division :lol:

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