Originally written on Helmet2Helmet  |  Last updated 11/20/14
New day, same Big Apple rivalry. On Monday, it was reported that Giants general manager Jerry Reese was installing a clock in the team's locker room which will count down the minutes until Super Bowl 48 at MetLife Stadium. Reese wants to "create a sense of urgency" for his squad, but the tactic is unmistakably like something Rex Ryan and the Jets would pull. Just don't tell Giants guard Chris Snee. “I would never, ever compare Jerry Reese to anything associated with the Jets,” Snee said, via the New York Daily News. Both Big Blue and Gang Green will look to become the first team (or teams) to host a Super Bowl on its home turf. Although they don't play each other in the regular season, their annual preseason tilt will take place on August 24. Until then, it's only a matter of time before Ryan and Co. respond with a barb of their own. Tick, tock.
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    At least the Giants are a real team. To expect the Giants in the superbowl is plausible, but to expect the Giants to be in the superbowl against the Jets? Good lord...put down that crack pipe!

    Rexie and Sancheez will do what they do best - perform like mediocre professionals and blame everyone else for their lack of talent - with the occasional wipe off of snot on some unsuspecting backup players foot.
  • I'll go a step further and say that rex ryan doesn't make it past the half way point this season. The jests are a joke of monumental proportions....imagine going back into this season with ryan patrolling the sidelines, he is a clown and should not be a head coach in the NFL. Sanchez has had plenty of time to prove himself and all he has proven is that he is good for comic relief. GO GIANTS!!!

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