I noticed that Green Bay's head coach refused to give the Giants any credit during his press conference after the game. He basically made it sound like they lost it, rather than that we won it. Dropped passes, missed tackles, blah blah blah. Aren't there missed tackles in every game? Aren't there dropped balls regularly? Doesn't it rain sometimes? It's part of the game. Your team is not some made-up All Madden team that doesn't have the propensity to make mistakes.
I understand that he may be "shocked" or have his feelings hurt, but to me that is how a big baby would react.
I mean, did they really believe that they were invincible? Really? That's why we actually play the games, rather than just compare numbers and see whose are better.
Even Rodgers didn't say the better team won; he said that the team that played better won. OK, well at least he admitted that we played better. He was just mad that someone stole his move.
And which team doesn't have the goal of winning the Super Bowl? Like Green bay is some kind of special team or something. Give me a break; it's everyone's goal to go the Super Bowl.
Regardless, what respect I might've had for the Green Bay outfit is gone. That coach has lost my respect, and as long as they support a big baby like that, they've lost my respect as well.
Not that it means anything.