“They don’t want to see us. I’m sure if you ask them (they’d say) they’d play anybody, they don’t care. I’m sure they don’t want to see us. That’s for sure.”
— Giants receiver Victor Cruz on the Patriots
If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a million times: If you want a sane, logical take on a sports topic, always turn to a UMass guy.
Come on, Pats fans, you know he’s right. Or perhaps, to borrow a little from Col. Nathan R. Jessup in “A Few Good Men,” you don’t want the truth, because deep down in places you don’t talk about at parties, you know the Giants could get inside the Patriots’ heads were they to play them in Super Bowl LI.
No need to get into the history, other than to point out that two would-be Super Bowl championships by the Patriots were derailed by the Giants. There was Super Bowl XLII, with the Giants emerging with a 17-14 victory — and spoiling the would-be first 19-0 season in history — thanks to an eye-popping, game-changing catch by David Tyree. And there was Super Bowl XLVI, with the Giants emerging with a 21-17 victory thanks to an eye-popping, game-changing catch by Mario Manningham.
Yes, there’s an entire page in your official Patriots Handbook devoted to preaching the gospel of not
Article source: http://www.bostonherald.com/sports/patriots/2016/12/buckley_victor_cruz_giant_barb_for_patriots_a_misguided_missile
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