Saturday, December 24, 2011

giants vs jets

giants vs jets

Forget the Big Brother / Little Brother stuff "between the New York Giants New York Jets. What matters most in the season-saving 29-14 victory Saturday in the Giants was that they had the big plays that, while Mark Sanchez and the Jets are chopped.

The largest piece of the Giants was one of 99 yards and directed by Victor Cruz, the Giants wide receiver electrifying years. On third and 10 from a yard Cruz Giants caught a pass from quarterback Eli Manning made ​​two airplanes missed 10-yard line and was 90 yards to give the Giants a 10-7 lead with two: 37 left in the first half.

After thoroughly beat in the first half of the Giants was in charge. They have never let go.

Late in the third quarter of a work of great Cross set up the Giants' next touchdown. This time, Cruz made ​​a 36-yard reception on the right side to put the Giants to the Jets 42 yard line.

A 28-yard run by Brandon Jacobs and a penalty of 14 yards for a touchdown Ahmad Bradshaw gave the Giants a 17-7 lead.

Sanchez, the Jets often criticized quarterback, could not seize the moment in the fourth quarter. He was intercepted twice, made ​​a number of other questionable shots and that he and Nick Mangold, the center complements two yards for the Giants. The ball was won by Jacqui Williams of the Giants in the end zone.



There are classic revenge. Long-awaited revenge.

And then there's the dreaded rematch: Kansas City vs. Tim Tebow Kyle Orton Denver.

Tebow wins and the Broncos to go to the playoffs for the first time since 2005. Orton wins and the Broncos were to leave his country home on Sunday, perhaps for good thinking, what do you early in the season, Kyle?

"We knew there was a possibility," said John Elway, Broncos head of football operations. "So, here it is. We have to go out and play well. It was the best for the team, the bottom line. We believe this decision that this is a possibility. Now we have to."

prime rib recipe

prime rib recipe

Viewers of "Down Home with the Neelys" Food Network would feel at home with the couple as they prepare their favorite meals and snacks.

The back and forth two good mix is always a verb in the kitchen. And in a sense, the public is "Down Home" with Pat and Gina Neely. The show is right in your own home kitchen.

At its premiere in February 2008, the show became the series debut in the top-rated five-year history of Food Network's "In the Kitchen" weekend block. Soon after, the couple published their first cookbook, "Down Home with the Neelys: A family cookbook of the South" (Knopf, 2009), which was a New York Times best-seller and firmly established its dedicated fan base .