Monday, November 28, 2005

Um, It's NO Good, Jeremy

I have nothing but respect for this guy's game, his sudden maturity and everything else...I'm not a Giants fan but I do enjoy myself some Jeremy Shockey. Still, I can watch this little clip of him improperly celebrating Feely's first of three missed field goals all day long.

There's also a dude in the back goin' nuts, even as it looks like Tiki passes him to slam his helmet into the bench. Tough day, G-Men.

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11 Comments:

At 12:29 PM, Blogger ethan said...

that game took 4 hours. so many friggin challenges.

 
At 1:29 PM, Blogger Ace Cowboy said...

And penalties...such a sloppy game for a pair of division leaders.

Giants should have won by 20.

 
At 1:56 PM, Blogger ethan said...

that's funny, i was thinking with all the ny penalties the hawks should've cruised to an easy w.

does anyone else notice manning throws a lot of ducks (see: the non-spiraling toomer td - that pass almost looked like a punt)?

 
At 3:12 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Giants should have won by 20? In your world you don't count penalties as part of the game? The Giants ended with 16 flags for 114 yards, their most in 56 years! So penalties and the inability to make 1 out of 3 fgs means YOU DESERVE to lose. Would say a sloppy game...I would say a sloppy Giants team. So much for Tom being a hard ass.

Love the vid gotta love jackasses being caught looking like jackasses.

 
At 3:25 PM, Blogger Ace Cowboy said...

I like Shockey...he may be a jackass, but he plays hard and he's a damn good tight end. And he loves Phish, which is automatic love in my book.

I didn't mean they should have won by 20 playing that game, but they are better than the Seahawks. If they played with any control whatsoever, if Eli played even half as good throughout the game as he did in the stretch...they should have killed them. Seattle is Shaun Alexander -- stop him (as the Giants did for much of the game) and they're easy.

And I'm a Jets fan, so don't think this is homer-speak.

 
At 12:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am neither a Giants nor Seahawks fan, but had to laugh at the comment that Giants should have won by 20. At least one of their touchdowns, and probably two, weren't touchdowns at all. Shockey never got his right foot down, and the late touchdown looked like the receiver had his heel on the end line. Both bad calls, and at least the first one should have been overturned

 
At 12:42 PM, Blogger Ace Cowboy said...

Also a fan of neither team, and I think I would have ruled both TDs. Interesting how that works, how two people can see the same thing and come away with totally different outcomes.

 
At 2:03 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

There's an article today that says both touchdowns should have been overturned.

"The league contacted the Seahawks on Monday, and said both of the Giants' touchdown catches should have been overturned. Jeremy Shockey didn't get both feet down on his second-quarter catch before Marquand Manuel knocked the ball free, and Amani Toomer didn't get both feet in-bounds on his fourth-quarter touchdown that allowed the Giants to tie the score with 1:59 left."

It's from this article: http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/football/250133_hawk29.html

Go Seahawks

 
At 6:37 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

There was a lot of crap in this game. Crowd noise played a HUGE part in the Seahawks victory. I think that if they had been at Giants Stadium, the roles would've been reversed. And as for ruling both tds, I think it's easier to err on the side of caution and rule them both incompletions. Then, if necessary, overturn them. Better safe than sorry. What a friggen roller coaster

 
At 6:38 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh...sorry. AWESOME video. That's what happens before the ball is through the uprights. HA!

 
At 7:21 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

it was my first game ever at the new stadium...

i've never heard anything that loud short of a rock concert. today is tuesday and my voice has still not recovered...

several giants players (and most hawks) said it was the loudest fan noise they've ever heard.

it was not a sloppy game... it was a hard fought game by two equal teams, plus a 12th man to be reckoned with come playoff time.

both td's could EASILY have gone the other way, and Eli's pick was to NOBODY.

 

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