Found October 08, 2011 on Giants Football Blog:
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from our esteemed colleague and friend Paul Dottino of WFAN..his three keys to tomorrow’s game vs Seattle… The Giants already have gone through an emotional roller coaster this season and are coming off two dramatic come-from-behind victories. So where do they go from here? The lowly Seattle Seahawks (1-3) are coming to town Sunday and the Giants need to bring their ‘A’ game to the table – if for no other reason than it’s important for Tom Coughlin’s team to establish what they want to be. Sure, there’s a chance their ‘C’ game would be good enough to beat another inferior opponent, but they cannot think that way.
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