Admit it, New York Giants fans. Many of you have game day superstitions, and you know darn well that whatever they are you will be making certain that you follow them today as the Giants face the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Divisional Round (4:30 p.m. ET/FOX).
After all, every one of you knows that if you have a superstition or a game day routine and you violate it, a loss today will be your fault. Not Eli Manning's or Tom Coughlin's or anyone else actually wearing a Giants uniform and on the sideline at Lambeau Field. You mess up your routine today, a loss is on you.
I'm having a little game day fun with you guys, of course, but I am curious. What are your game day superstitions? How did they start?
Personally, I am not really the superstitious type. That said, my daughter bought me a Giants t-shirt for Christmas and I wore it while watching the games against the Dallas Cowboys and Atlanta Falcons. I will be wearing it every game until they lose. One other thing: I don't know about you guys, but I absolutely hate being uprooted and switching TVs or locations while I am watching a game the Giants are winning. If they're losing? That's different. When they are winning, though, don't mess with the karma.
The floor is yours, gang!