How to watch the NFL Week 17 game: It’s the best time to watch football

I watched Monday night’s Week 17 matchup between the Buffalo Bills and the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium.

I’m a lifelong fan of the New York Giants, but for whatever reason, my favorite football team has fallen off the map.

The Giants had a terrific season.

They have the NFL’s best record, have an exciting young quarterback in Eli Manning and have been the best team in the NFC East.

They also beat the Bears, Packers and Eagles.

I’m not sure if I’ll watch the Giants again.

That’s because I don’t have any NFL history.

My love of the Giants began with the 2007 season, when they finished third in the AFC.

After a 4-8 start, they had the best record in the league.

That season they beat the Packers in the divisional round of the playoffs, but lost to the New Orleans Saints in the Super Bowl.

In 2008, they went 8-8, and then went to the playoffs and lost to Tom Brady and the Patriots in the Divisional Round.

In the second half of the season, they fell apart, and Brady was suspended for the first four games of the 2009 season.

My favorite Giants player is Odell Beckham Jr. I know I love watching him, and I’m not alone.

I’ve never been a huge Giants fan, but this year they were one of my favorites.

For the first time in his career, Beckham has a receiver that is not Aaron Rodgers.

In addition, he had a great offensive line, led the league in rushing with 1,527 yards and had the most touchdowns.

I thought the Giants’ defense played better in this game than it did in the 2008 and 2009 seasons, but they struggled to stop the pass.

Last year, they were on a roll, winning 10 games in a row and going into the Superbowl.

But the Giants went to Green Bay in the wild-card round.

They lost in the first round, and it was their first playoff loss in a decade.

After the game, I took the time to chat with Giants fans on Twitter.

I started out saying I loved the Bills, but then I realized that I loved them even more than the Giants.

I tweeted, “I’m gonna start rooting for the Bills.

I really want to see this team win, and if they don’t, I’ll root for the Giants.”

That tweet went viral, and the Giants fans who responded cheered me on.

I went to Buffalo’s stadium and sat on the sidelines.

I loved watching the game on TV, but I didn’t care about the Bills as much as the Giants, who had the better record.