Found January 12, 2012 on NBC Philadelphia:
After 17 games, we are all well familiar with the biggest names on the Giants and the roles they play in helping the team win. Time spent discussing what Eli Manning, Victor Cruz, Hakeem Nicks, Jason Pierre-Paul or Corey Webster have to do to help the Giants advance to the NFC Championship Game is time wasted. If any of those players fail to show up, the chances that this run dies at Lambeau Field increase exponentially. What is worth discussing is the other Giants who need to show up and play well if the Giants are going to pull off another Green Bay surprise. The Giants will have to get big performances up and down the roster to beat the Packers and the players listed below are at the top of the list of those who need to come up huge on Sunday. Brandon Jacobs: Seeing Jacobs run against the Falcons was like stepping into Marty McFly's DeLorean and winding up at some point in the past when Jacobs was known for running hard on the field instead of running his mouth off of it. Ahm...

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