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Giants Football Blog:
The 4-2 Giants have a golden opportunity to put some distance between them and their division rivals this weekend. They face the 0-6 Miami Dolphins at home while the Redskins, Cowboys and Eagles face tough challenges.
Washington has lost three of their last four and now face the high-scoring Bills, who are coming off a bye. Dallas is in Philadelphia Sunday night in what is shaping up as a “must-win” for the Eagles.
If the Giants beat the Dolphins this week, they will move to 5-2. Should Washington and Dallas both lose, the Giants will have a two-game lead over the other three.
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