NEWS ITEM-BIG BLUE TAKES ON THE DALLAS CONVICTS AT THE DALLAS DUMP
The Giants get a chance to avenge the opening week loss at home to the Cowgurls as they make the trek to Arlington this Sunday. Both teams are much different this time around and the time is perfect for Big Blue to bury the Cowgurls in Jerry Jones's Dallas Dump.
Big Blue is finally getting healthy and although safety Kenny Phillips is still out this week, Hakim Nicks will be at full speed for this tilt. He did not play in week one. Since the opening game, Prince Amukamarra has developed nicely at corner replacing Terrell Thomas and the G-men are a much better team than the one that opened the defense of their Super Bowl championship on that Wednesday night in September.
One can also be reasonably assured that RB David Wilson won't fumble again--it says here to look for the rookie to return a kickoff for a td. We also think that Victor Cruz will not drop four passes this week as he did vs the Cowgurls in week one.
For the Convicts, oops I mean Cowgurls, that Wednesday night vs the Giants was the best week of the season for them so far. The team has found unique ways to lose since then on their way to a mediocre 3-3 record. At press time, RBs Jones and Murray were not going to play, so Romo will have less weapons to use against Big Blue. Regardless of records this rivalry is always a hot one for both teams and neither team would pass up an opportunity to step on the other's throat. Eli is coming, Dallas and he is 3-0 in your building. Prediction: Giants 34 Cowgurls 17.
NEWS ITEM - LETS GO FALCONS
All Giants fans become Atlanta Falcon fans for the next two weeks as the Dirty Birds of the south take on the Eagles in Philly this week, and then Atlanta hosts the Cowgurls next week. It's gonna be tough for Atlanta this week though, Andy Reid and the Eagles are 13-0 coming off a bye week as is the case this Sunday. The Falcons undefeated record of 6-0 is in jeopardy.
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