Found February 03, 2012 on Pro Football Talk:
PLAYERS: Jerry Reese
TEAMS: New York Giants
Luck remains the most overlooked factor in what decides a champion. Giants G.M. Jerry Reese had a great quote this week that spoke to how things outside of a team’s control can often make all the difference in deciding public perception. Or even a season. “Last year we win 10 games and we don’t qualify…

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