Found October 03, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
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The last time the New York Giants faced the Cleveland Browns in a regular season game was on Monday, October 13, 2008, on the road, in a game that many anticipated the then undefeated Giants would dominate their 1-3 opponent. Such was not the case, however, as Tom Coughlin watched his team suffer a 35-14 beating in a game in which the Browns, coming off a bye week, looked more like the defending Super Bowl champions at the time while the Giants played a flat, uninspired game. This weekend, while many of the names and place of the venue have changed, the circumstances mirror those of that last meeting. The Giants are once again the defending Super Bowl champions and despite having a 2-2 record thus far, a loss to the winless Browns could have severe repercussions for a team looking to get back on track following last week's emotionally draining 19-17 loss to the Eagles. Coughlin said he hasn't forgotten what happened then, and he's sure that the 14 players who we...
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