Will the Giants repeat?

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    The Giants are better than many think. Their offensive and defensive fronts can play with anyone. Their skill positions are returning with tons of playoff experience. The Patriots are not near the team they were last year. The Giants have a good chance of repeating IMHO.

    No I am not a Giants fan. :eusa_hand:
     
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    The Gaints were just lucky.

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    I would think they can repeat. I hope they can. But.. either way, the halftime show at the super bowl will rock. ;)

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    I think the Giants will be good again but would "vote" no on a repeat.

    Their division is likely the best in the NFL and well, it's just freakin' hard to do. lol

    Kudos for a bold prediction anyway. I'd like to say my Seahawks have a shot but I think it's one and done in the playoffs for them again.

    You stuck your neck out and made a good guess so i will too. Hmmmm...

    Magic 8 ball says... Chargers. (I reserve the right to change my guess and bandwagon jump up until superbowl halftime)
     
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    I predict a SB rematch, with the Pats winning this time.
     
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    Jill, you are right! It will be good. Speaking of a good concert. Going to see John Fogerty this weekend. You know, CCR lead singer and writer for years. Hey, Bad Moon Arising was one of the first songs I learned play on the guitar when I was 13. He wrote Proud Mary. Hey, can't get much better than that!
     
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    Personally, I think the Jags are well overdue in the AFC. Of course I have been saying that for years.

    OKAY...I'M NOT AN ALCOHOLIC BUT I'M A RAMS FAN! You pressured it out of me.
     
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    Fogerty rocks. You're going to love seeing him. I saw him at the Vote For Change show but he only did a couple of songs. I hope you have a great show. ;)
     
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    Do I detect bitterness in your text? A Pats fan are you?

    I disagree about the Giants. The Giants are solid where it counts. That is on the O and D lines. With the right mix of skill players behind them, they can do it again.

    I have to be honest, I called Eli "Baby Manning" before he won the Super Bowl. He was tough through the road trips in last year's playoffs. He definitely has outgrown the "Baby Manning" title. Never again will I call him that...well except for just now and whenever I tell this story which is once a week...sorry
     

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