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from James Varney of the Times-Picayune..
“The New York football Giants strutted to New Orleans in October 2009 undefeated and ready to be crowned the best team in football. Instead, they were embarrassed by a New Orleans Saints team that, events culminating in Super Bowl XLIV would prove, actually was the best team in football.
Giants quarterback and New Orleans native Eli Manning insisted Wednesday that 48-27 humiliation isn’t at the forefront of his thinking this week as he prepares to return to his hometown for a Monday night showdown with the Saints. But he hasn’t forgotten it, either…”
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http://www.giants.com/news-and-blogs/article-1/QB-Eli-Manning-Interview/e09a19a1-c346-4839-96f2-b41bb8cae7d2Manning speaks to the media via conference call Wednesday and says how special it is him for him to play in New Orleans.By Giants.com 11/23/11
The second-half collapses that have marred recent Giants seasons can be avoided this year with better first halves of games.
YES Network analyst and former Giants tight end Howard Cross said the team has become too dependent on quarterback Eli Manning’s ability to rally them late in games. Manning...
http://www.giants.com/news-and-blogs/article-1/Business-as-usual-for-Eli/0e44ee56-5f87-4a6b-b877-34e9cb20e85fQB Eli Manning knows he has to play well on MNF as the Giants will have a tough challengeBy Michael Eisen - Giants.com 11/25/11
http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/giants/cris-collinsworth-rushes-kareem-mckenzie-defense-bob-papa-sacks-lineman-key-eli-manning-fumble-article-1.981058Kathy Willens/APGiants CB Prince Amukamara (l.) is tackled by DeSean Jackson after an interception - the first of Amukamara's career - Sunday night in Big Blue's loss to the Eagles.By Bob Raissman - NY Dailynews 11/22/11
The Giants may be on the verge of another late-season collapse. The leadership team of Eli Manning and Justin Tuck are fully aware of the team’s recent history and are safeguarding themselves from the fallout if the Giants – who began the season with 6-2 record, fail to make the postseason for the third consecutive year…
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