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Despite being the defending Super Bowl champions, the New York Giants have managed to fly under the radar most of the season.
In the preseason, they were overshadowed in their own area by Tim Tebow and the quarterback hoopla with the New York Jets.
A nationally televised season-opening loss to the Dallas Cowboys turned off more people, and a nationally televised Sunday night setback to the Philadelphia Eagles that dropped them to 0-2 in the NFC East left many wondering whether this team would even be a playoff team.
Well, guess again.
The Giants (4-2) are not only back, the target on their backs may be even bigger after a dominating 26-3 win Sunday over the San Francisco 49ers, a team that many felt were the Super Bowl favorite in the NFC.
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While the Giants were busy preparing for their game against the 49ers last weekend, thieves were busy helping themselves to several players' belongings.
The New York Giants fans can be a rabid bunch. Obviously not everyone in New Jersey is down with Big Blue because as the team were on the far side of the country stomping out the San Francisco 49ers, a group of locals were busy breaking into player’s cars.
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New York Giants players had to be feeling good after going to San Francisco and completely dominating the 49ers 26-3. But those good feeling dissipated for some Giants players when they arrived back home to find that they’re cars had been burglarized, and in one player’s instance, even stolen.
Several vehicles belonging to Giants football players were burglarized and one was...
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It wasn’t all great for the the New York Giants over the weekend. While the team was preparing for their best game away in San Francisco, thieves broke into several players cars, stole items from them, and even made off with some of vehicles themselves. According to a report, the burglaries took place sometime early Sunday morning, [...]
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