Found September 29, 2013 on This Given Sunday:
At 0-3 and staring 0-4 in the eyes, the Pittsburgh Steelers and New York Giants are in dire strait. Both offenses have been woefully inept, and despite some bright spots on defense, neither team can make up for their offenses’ lack of production. With an 0-3 start, a team has some time to fight its way back into the playoff hunt. At 0-4, the playoffs are still possible, but with each additional loss, that magical 10-6 mark gets farther and farther away. To say that the Giants and Steelers don’t understand the scope of their task would be insulting to the teams involved. Both squads have overcome great opposition to sneak into the playoffs, and both teams have gone to the Super Bowl and won following such seasons. Still, something is different this time around that makes such a task seem nearly impossible. The Giants are simply an aging team that has lost a step since making it to the promise land. With little new talent infused with their aging staples, the Giants simply...
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