Found December 29, 2012 on Philly Sports Muse:
As the Philadelphia Eagles prepare for their last game of the 2012 season, a look at headlines about their final opponent, the New York Giants. As New York no longer has a chance of winning the NFC East, playoff scenarios abound. If the Giants defeat the Eagles on Sunday (boo!), it is p9ossible that they can still win a spot in the playoffs. But they will need a whole lot of help from around the league. The simplest scenario? “The most straightforward scenario requires all the teams in the NFC wild-card hunt — Seattle, Minnesota and Chicago to lose…” -FOX Sports Of course, from there, things can get a lot more complicated. Here’s a full breakdown. – Football Extra Points A big part of the problems of the New York Giants this season has been the decline of their defense. Defensive Coordinator Perry Fewell says point the fingers at the players for the failings, not him. That’s certainly one approach… – 60 Max Power 0 A storyline that will carry into the offseason for the Giants–workin...
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