NEW YORK – Fans of the New York Giants were not ready to give up NFL football last weekend, when they were eliminated from the playoffs for the second year in a row. I have been hearing and reading the chatter all over the internet from the bummed out fans hating the offseason. You had all the evidence you could need, if you checked out twitter or Giants.com yesterday during the playoffs and read all of the depressed Giants fans comments.
Well, I’m here to tell the fans to keep their heads up and to focus on the offseason possibilities. When the fans can finally put the 2010 NFL Season behind them, they can then see that the team has some fun work to do in researching and scouting new talent that the team could bring in to help out.
I don’t want to mislead you into thinking that I am not disappointed over the 2010 NFL season because I am. But I truly believe that the fans cannot let it effect how they feel about the team or interfere with their regular lives. I hope that the fans remember to stay true to Big Blue and that they can remain respectful and classy in their comments. You have to realize that the players, coaches and their families read those comments. It’s bad enough when the players and fans have to deal with rival fans moronic comments but it must be particularly hurtful to hear nasty comments from their own fans. Anyone who cheers for the team when they are winning and boo’s the team when they are losing are known as fair weather fans. Stay classy New York and let’s also remember that kids read these articles and comments too.
Also, after the Philadelphia Eagles lost to the Green Bay Packers yesterday, all of the NFC East teams are officially out of the running for a Super Bowl title. However, my prediction about the Packers winning the Super Bowl this year is still very much alive. I would love to hear what some of the fans think about this subject. Please feel free to leave a comment below and voice your opinion.
RD – nygreporter.com