Found August 26, 2012 on Football Nation:
With the preseason winding down, the Giants will be playing their final preseason game August 29th against the New England Patriots.Most of the Giants' starters will not see action in the final game as they will rest and prepare for the season opener against the Dallas Cowboys on September 5th.Unfortunately, there are still players fighting for roster spots and this final game could be there last chance to show the coaches what they can do.I have put together my latest list of who the Giants might keep and put on the 53-man roster for opening day.There were some tough choices to make in some areas and some not so tough choices in other areas. With that being said; I give you my selections of the Giants' 53-man roster for opening day:Offense (25)Quarterbacks (2) – Most recently, the Giants have been carrying only two quarterbacks on the active roster, and I expect this year to be the same. Currently, Eli Manning has started 119 consecutive regular (not including 11 postseason...
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