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Where is the Offense?

The Giants are 2-0 for the first time since 2009 when they won their first 5-games only to go on and get smoked in New Orleans and lose their next four.  I wasn’t sure how to grade the Giants after

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It Start’s Tomorrow….

There is no better position to be in than the where the Giant are now. The “Pros” have the Giants a mediocre 8-8 or 9-7 which should still be “good enough” to win the NFC east. Given that summertime Super

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Past Results Not Indicative Future Performance

Brady sitting on the field

Not many teams can say they have a winning record against Bill Belichick and the Patriots. Tom Coughlin is 5-1 in his career against Belichick and 3-1 since 2008 with two super bowl rings.  When Belicheck was asked about Coughlin

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Things Went From Good to Really Bad.

Lost Eli

Things started out great and it was almost as if everything drastically changed after DaMontre Moore showcased why the Giants coaches don’t feel he is mature enough to get more burn. Or was it that Chip Kelly and the Eagles

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The Missing Person Report For Rueben Randle Has Been Closed

Andrew Williams Trenton Robinson

The Giants finally came out and played four quarters of football; kind of.  Besides nearly ruining every possible betting line in the fourth quarter, though ugly, the Giants closed out a football game and won a valuable and much needed

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