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  • #16
    Originally posted by Shockey+Manning=Shocking
    Originally posted by Splat420
    If Barber wants to move on and be done with the game he should do just that stop bringing up old stuff I know the media is going to ask but he doesn't have to give a comment.
    Exactly my point to some of the other giants fans saying he is right.. I dont discount Tiki being right or wrong, to me thats not the issue. The issue is just going out classy, and even if that means lying just to save face for your franchise, self, and old coach, than so be it. That to me is classy putting yourself behind the good of the coach and franchise one last time. But once again in that interview when he retired showed, that put a mic in his face and he just tells all.
    Totally agree


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    • #17
      I love how every Giants fan never said it was a distraction either and denied the fact that Tiki was more than likely creating tension both in the locker room, media and maybe even on the field.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Jonathan_VIlma
        I love how every Giants fan never said it was a distraction either and denied the fact that Tiki was more than likely creating tension both in the locker room, media and maybe even on the field.
        Well I felt announcing his retirement wasnt, but I always hated his damn mouth. I loved what he did on the field, but he was an attention *****. Put a mic in front of him, and he signs like a canary.

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        • #19
          Tom has some sense of right


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          • #20
            Man, you know it's the offseason when this is news.

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            • #21
              Oh, **** Tom. Tiki also started a new workout plan with a different trainer on those years that he had his success.

              Tiki has been making himself look dumb for a long time now. He's disrespectful, loves to put the blame on everyone else, never takes accountabilty when things go wrong, always tries to take credit for his hard work, thinks he's smarter than he is, thinks he had a better career than he had and is just plain selfish... not to mention.. ugly.
              1. It's not like he was ever wrong when he said they were outcoached.
              2. Well...he did pretty much carry the Giants to the playoffs 2 years in a row.
              3. He was #1 in his class...
              4. He was the best offensive player in Giants History. That's a pretty good career.

              Ironic part was he was a good boy so to speak when he sucked and couldnt hold on to the ball, but once he became an all pro and successful, i think it got to his head.
              ...He never "sucked."

              I love how every Giants fan never said it was a distraction either and denied the fact that Tiki was more than likely creating tension both in the locker room, media and maybe even on the field.
              Yes, Tiki's retirement was the reason we blew a 21 point lead. It was also the reason why we took Brandon Jacobs out in the goal line and passed 3 times. It was also his fault that Lavar tore his Achilles and Puke broke his leg.

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              • #22
                Seem to be alot of ignorance of here. There were alot of things that went on behind the scenes that influenced Tiki's emergence as an elite back in the NFL. Once the fumbling stopped, he BECAME the Giants offense, the percentage of plays he took part is an astoundingly high number. Tiki wanted to stop fumbling more then anyone and he worked through the pain throughout the season.

                He openly admitted that Week 4 felt like he was in a "50 year old body". Really sounds like someone that is tarnishing his legacy
                Vince Young is going to prove he's the next overrated QB to come out in years.

                He'll probably end up being a WR or something...

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by I'mAHustler
                  Seem to be alot of ignorance of here. There were alot of things that went on behind the scenes that influenced Tiki's emergence as an elite back in the NFL. Once the fumbling stopped, he BECAME the Giants offense, the percentage of plays he took part is an astoundingly high number. Tiki wanted to stop fumbling more then anyone and he worked through the pain throughout the season.

                  He openly admitted that Week 4 felt like he was in a "50 year old body". Really sounds like someone that is tarnishing his legacy
                  That has nothing to do with his constant trashing of Coughlin and the team.


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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by dhoe20
                    Oh, *********** Tom. Tiki also started a new workout plan with a different trainer on those years that he had his success.

                    Tiki has been making himself look dumb for a long time now. He's disrespectful, loves to put the blame on everyone else, never takes accountabilty when things go wrong, always tries to take credit for his hard work, thinks he's smarter than he is, thinks he had a better career than he had and is just plain selfish... not to mention.. ugly.
                    1. It's not like he was ever wrong when he said they were outcoached.
                    2. Well...he did pretty much carry the Giants to the playoffs 2 years in a row.
                    3. He was #1 in his class...
                    4. He was the best offensive player in Giants History. That's a pretty good career.

                    Ironic part was he was a good boy so to speak when he sucked and couldnt hold on to the ball, but once he became an all pro and successful, i think it got to his head.
                    ...He never "sucked."

                    I love how every Giants fan never said it was a distraction either and denied the fact that Tiki was more than likely creating tension both in the locker room, media and maybe even on the field.
                    Yes, Tiki's retirement was the reason we blew a 21 point lead. It was also the reason why we took Brandon Jacobs out in the goal line and passed 3 times. It was also his fault that Lavar tore his Achilles and Puke broke his leg.
                    Yeah he did.. He was a fumbling mess, if it wasnt for Fasshole, playing favorites, any other coach would have benched his butt.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Poet3334
                      Originally posted by I'mAHustler
                      Seem to be alot of ignorance of here. There were alot of things that went on behind the scenes that influenced Tiki's emergence as an elite back in the NFL. Once the fumbling stopped, he BECAME the Giants offense, the percentage of plays he took part is an astoundingly high number. Tiki wanted to stop fumbling more then anyone and he worked through the pain throughout the season.

                      He openly admitted that Week 4 felt like he was in a "50 year old body". Really sounds like someone that is tarnishing his legacy
                      That has nothing to do with his constant trashing of Coughlin and the team.
                      He's supposed to be a leader. A leader criticizes a team when they play poorly, what was he supposed to do? Be optimistic?
                      Vince Young is going to prove he's the next overrated QB to come out in years.

                      He'll probably end up being a WR or something...

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by I'mAHustler View Post
                        He's supposed to be a leader. A leader criticizes a team when they play poorly, what was he supposed to do? Be optimistic?
                        Not in public they don't. If you want to criticize fine, but do it in house. It wouldn't have been such a big deal if it were handled properly. Don't do it with the cameras rolling. A real leader would know that.


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                        Albert Camus

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