Houla houla, doucement, ma poule.
Dommage que ça se termine comme ça, pour n'importe quel joueur, on espère qu'il parte sur quelque chose de plus "classe" mais bon.
C'est sûrement le bon moment pour lui de partir.
Houla houla, doucement, ma poule.
On September 20, 2009, Eli Manning and the New York Giants spoiled the Dallas Cowboys' grand opening of their new building, AT&T Stadium, with a 33-31 comeback victory. Manning threw for 330 yards and two touchdowns, but his greatest masterstroke actually came after the final whistle blew: he signed the wall of the visitors' locker room to commemorate his team's role as spoiler on the Cowboys' big day in Big D.
It was so swaggering that even Jerry Jones was impressed.
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It must be mentioned, of course, that Manning did not make this decision all of his own accord; the quarterback, who announced his retirement this week after 16 seasons with the G-Men, claims that he was asked to sign the wall.
2007 playoffs Eli: 854 yards, 6 TD, INT (Steve Smith drop), sacked 9x.
•32nd rush game
•MVP candidate Eli
2011 playoffs Eli: 1,219 yards (NFL record), 9 TD, INT, sacked 11x.
Offensive coordinator — Jason Garrett
Offensive line — Marc Colombo
Assistant offensive line — Ben Wilkerson
Running backs — Burton Burns
Tight ends — Freddie Kitchens
Wide receivers — Tyke Tolbert
Quarterbacks — Jerry Schuplinski
Offensive assistant [role not yet known] — Derek Dooley
Defensive coordinator/assistant head coach — Patrick Graham
Defensive line —
Outside Linebackers — Bret Bielema [also senior advisor]
Inside linebackers — Kevin Sherrer
Defensive backs — Jerome Henderson
Defensive assistant [role not yet known] — Jody Wright
Special teams coordinator — Thomas McGaughey
Special teams assistant — Tom Quinn
Special teams assistant — Anthony Blevins
Strength and conditioning — Aaron Wellman
Assistant strength and conditioning/performance manager — Sam Coad
The Giants send a young fan to the Super Bowl
Dexter Lawrence and the Giants helped make a young man’s dreams come true
We talk a lot about football and the New York Giants.
We talk about X’s and O’s, coaches and contracts, draft choices and personnel decisions. We talk about wins and losses as though we live and die by each one.
We don’t talk enough about the things that really matter, about the good that players and teams do with the platform that their money and national stage provide. In this case, the New York Giants are working to make a young man’s dreams come true and surprised a teen cancer survivor with Super Bowl tickets.
Joshua Rhodes, is a fairly normal teenager. He loves gaming and working out, going to escape room, watching the Fast and Furious movies, and eating pizza and Chik-Fil-A.
Two years ago was diagnosed with brain cancer at the age of 16. Joshua is a huge fan of the New York Giants and at the time of his diagnosis he played football for Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida. Of course, he had to give football up to fight cancer. And the year after his diagnosis he lost friends and his football coach in the Parkland shooting.
After a year no child should ever have to live through, it was a special treat when Giants’ defensive lineman John Jenkins and the Make-A-Wish foundation surprised Joshua with a make-over of his car in Giants’ colors.
Now 18, Joshua hopes to join the United States Coast Guard once he completes his cancer treatment — but he has still never been to a professional football game.
Radio.com Sports and the Giants teamed up to fix that. Representatives from the NFL joined Giants’ rookie defensive lineman Dexter Lawrence II in surprising Joshua with tickets to the Super Bowl on board a Coast Guard ship.