Found November 05, 2012 on
New York Giants
Millikin Big Blue
Playing in New Jersey the week of the Superstorm Sandy that ravaged the area, this home game was supposed to be an emotional lift for the home crowd. Instead, the New York Football Giants laid an egg against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
There was no reason for the Giants to play so poorly this week. With some of the ceremony before the game, this should have been a motivating 9/11, Hurricane-Katrina-like return to the field. Not only was it a home game, and a travel game for the opponent, the Steelers traveled in the same day. Kind of last minute. And not just that, they were without their star brightest defensive star Troy Palomalu and their top two running backs. And not just that, their blazing kick returner got hurt during the game as well as one of their top wide receivers. All the advantage should have been with the Giants.
And in the first half, all the advantage was with the G-Men. Without a doubt, the home team got every call. In their only offensive touchdown drive of the game...
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