Found December 31, 2011 on Giants Football Blog:
SNY insider Mike Garafolo of the Star-Ledger provides us with his invaluable preview of this Sunday’s Giants-Cowboys NFC East Championship Game…. I’m already on record as saying I smell an easy Giants victory here. Though I dropped that on SNY on Tuesday before I knew the extent of Hakeem Nicks’ hamstring issue, I’m going to stick with it. Folks have been asking if I sense the same pep in the Giants’ step this week as I did a week ago. I’ve been telling them it’s not as noticeable as it was a week ago but that doesn’t mean it’s not there. Tom Coughlin was pleased with what he saw….“Because we practiced well and we’re geared towards a big game and I can feel the enthusiasm as it grows,” he said today. “Everybody knows it’s a game of execution against two teams that seem to play incredibly close games every time we play.” Continue Reading

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