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It was a complete embarrassment, and it went a long way in ending their playoff hopes.

Matt Moore(notes) and the Carolina Panthers (7-8) turned the Giants’ 273rd and final game in the 34-year-old stadium into one of their ugliest moments in their franchise history with a 41-9 rout on Sunday.

Coupled with Green Bay’s win over Seattle and Dallas’ victory over Washington on Sunday night, the loss eliminated the Giants (8-7) from playoff contention for the first time in five years, something totally unexpected after a 5-0 start.

New York will close out the season next Sunday at Minnesota.

“It’s tough,” Tuck said after a seventh loss in 10 games. “We had everything at stake playing a team that was only playing for pride, and I guess pride won today. We should have been playing with a little pride ourselves.”

The Giants knew that they probably needed to win their final two games and hope that either Green Bay or Dallas lost one of their remaining two to get to the postseason.

The stunning aspect was the Giants’ no-show effort. After turning the ball over deep in Carolina territory on their first possession, they were horrible and the fans, who came expecting one great final effort at home, let the “boos” fly before heading home well before the game ended.

“For us to play the way we did today, there is obviously no excuse for it,” coach Tom Coughlin said after his team turned over the ball four times and allowed the Panthers to score on six of their first seven possessions.

Moore threw three touchdown passes, Jonathan Stewart(notes) rushed for a franchise-best 206 yards and the Panthers shredded New York’s defense for 416 yards, including 247 rushing.

“We had to come out here and play tough and play to win, regardless of what they had on the line,” said Moore, who completed 15 of 20 passes for 171 in his seventh NFL start.

Coming off a 45-12 throttling of Washington, the Giants came up with another weak effort after a big win, their trademark this season.

“I told someone on the sideline that exact quote, that we have been part of the highest of highs,” Tuck said. “but as far as my vantage point, this is the lowest I have been in a Giants’ uniform.”

Stewart, who now has 1,008 yards rushing this season and joined teammate DeAngelo Williams (1,117) in the 1,000-yard club this season, ran for a 29-yard touchdown and set up another score by Brad Hoover with a 52-yard run.

Eli Manning threw a 2-yard touchdown pass to Steve Smith and Lawrence Tynes kicked a 40-yard field goal for the Giants, who didn’t score until Carolina built a 31-0 lead early in the third quarter.

“It is shocking and it is disappointing,” said Manning, who finished 29 of 43 for 296 yards and two interceptions. “When you have a shot to get into the playoffs and everything is right in front of us, to come and have mistakes and turnovers and penalties, we did about everything we could just to try to lose that game.”

The victory was the third in four games for Panthers coach John Fox, whose future with the team remains cloudy.

The Giants only looked good on their opening drive. Manning methodically drove New York downfield and appeared to cap an 80-yard drive with a 26-yard touchdown pass to the Giants’ Steve Smith.

However, the play was called back by a holding penalty against fullback Madison Hedgecock and the drive eventually ended when Mario Manningham fumbled on third down at the Panthers 17.

Everything after that was all Carolina.

Moore led the Panthers on a 15-play drive before settling for a 38-yard field goal by John Kasay.

Carolina scored on drives of 63, 51 and 29 yards on its next three possession, the last set up by Richard Marshall’s interception.

The sloppy Giants, who missed tackles all game, didn’t get a hand on Stewart on his cutback touchdown run that stretched the lead to 10-0.

“Even though we’ve had some ups and downs, the character of this team is showing as the season comes to an end,” said Stewart, who averaged 7.4 yards a carry.

Moore extended the lead to 17-0 with a 22-yard sideline go pattern to Muhsin Muhammad, and encouraged more boos from the crowd with a 2-yard TD toss to wide-open tight end Jeff King minutes later.

Moore found Carolina’s Steve Smith for a 27-yard TD on the opening possession of the third quarter, but Smith broke his arm on the play and left the game. He is scheduled to have surgery on Monday.

Carolina also got a 27-yard field goal from Kasay and a 1-yard touchdown run by Hoover, a score set up by a 52-yard run by Stewart.

“You’ve got to credit the offensive line,” Moore said. “They did a great job, but the guy just runs angry and you can’t bring him down. You think he’s going down and he goes for another 15.”

Notes: After getting five sacks last week, the Giants had one. … Carolina LB Jon Beason had a game-high 13 tackles, a sack, a forced fumble and a pass defensed. … Julius Peppers also had a sack for the Panthers. … The Giants were 4-4 at home this season. … Giants WR Steve Smith had game-high nine catches for 70 yards, giving him 99 catches for the season.
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 Summary: Allen Iverson leaving and joining became the key point that the A.I fans cares. Now both A.I and fans should thank 76ers that now A.I has place to show himself and we can see A.I playing again. Maybe it is only a corner in his car

 Days before, we saw a video that Allen Iverson was crying. I am sure that many people have seen it and lots of them leave their comments. All I want to say is do not judge a person without any trying. It just like you has already ordered your favorite cheap wedding dress from the on-line shop, such as the Once you find the bad comments on your products and you will feel disappointed and hate that company. This video didn't show the first question that brought Allen to tears, so we really don't know why he got so emotional. BTW, Allen is just like Kobe; he's a good ball player, but not a virtuous ball team player. In Detroit, Allen was the 6th player and didn't like being asked to sit on the bench. We are all Not sure about his Memphis days, but I got a feeling the chemistry wasn't there. Has he changed or learned any lessons? Let's wait and see.


From his basket playing history we can see that Iverson has always been an emotional, passionate person. That is why I know that he is one of the best ever to grace the court. We all have our moments. Especially when you think that something is going be taken away from your but then you see that you get another chance.


I've always been a fan of A.I. he just was going through something. his Memphis days seem not so good. He had to get those demons out of him. Even though there are still gonna be ups and down but he has to keep God first. Maybe A.I. will learn to humble himself. But I want t tell you that I applaud Allen for doing this. This is showing just how human he really is. Now I can't say the same for Libran James and Kobe Bryant. They're the ones who need to really humble themselves. They're totally cocky and way overrated.


AI return to 76ers made us think a lot. How his life goes in the future all depend on him. The people who insist on another man may because he loves to play ball. like what he said “if you take ball away from me the only thing i know is how to do is be a good father”. So let the man do what he good at and what he likes. No matter what you do in this world someone is surely going to not like it or hate.

“A.I is a true nigga, he is the best in the game, look deeper than basketball. Everybody make mistakes it's apart of our life. He has millions of millions of dollars and he's so emotional after 12 years he still has the same feeling for the game. I respect this nigga.” One of his fans said.


What actually happened to AI in the future is unknown. Let’s wait and see.

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If most reports from Saturday night are true, I am right. Obviously, it is true.

I know most people are sad at the moment.

If you loved Allen Iverson, and you appreciate him for the extraordinary skills, praise him scoring ability and you are indulge in his untamed personality, or admire him simply because of his survive with his 1.83 meters in those tall boys.

So now we just remember him as a hero in that century. When he chose to leave, we should let him go. Since we remember him in the heart, we’re not afraid to lose him in our minds. Even if he will disappear from the NBA Stadium, we will always remember his “never say die" spirit and his unsubstitutive crucial role.

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