Originally written on Fox Sports South  |  Last updated 11/8/14
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FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. -- Last January New York Giants defensive end Justin Tuck called the Atlanta Falcons' offensive linemen "dirtbags." Earlier this season, Giants offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride said San Francisco defensive end Justin Smith "gets away with murder." Last week, Giants punter Steve Weatherford suggested that suspended New Orleans coach Sean Payton might be communicating with his players, saying, "Of course he will get his message to them somehow." Sense a pattern? Giants quarterback Eli Manning doesn't. "I'm unaware of anything that was said by Weatherford," he told Atlanta media members in a conference call on Wednesday, even though the story caused a bit of buzz. "Vaguely, I recall something being said in the playoffs last year about that, but I don't think we've said anything inappropriate or anything we have to worry about right now." Yes, right now, the Giants do have other things to worry about. The defending Super Bowl champions are 8-5 and hanging o...
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  • Maybe I'm one of those who feels actions speak louder than words. I would prefer that they just go out and get it done on the field and not talk smack before the game. I mean it's difficult enough to win in the NFL, no need to give a team bulletin board material. Today the GMen just need to focus on getting to Ryan and opening holes for David Wilson to run through as well as giving Eli time to find his receivers. Giants 38 Falcons 23.
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