Found November 21, 2012 on
Pro Sports Daily:
Stop us if you've heard this story before. The New York Giants begin their season strong, hit a mid-year bump, and then find themselves in a situation where they no longer have any margin for error and must win their remaining battles against a tough slate of opponents. That's precisely the situation the Giants find themselves in this week as they return from their bye week with a 6-4 record and a one-game lead in the NFC East. That advantage could be trimmed in half by the time they take the field Sunday if Dallas wins its game on Thanksgiving against the Redskins. Adding to the challenge for the Giants as they begin what they've dubbed a "six-game season" is that they'll be facing a red hot Green Bay Packers team that has won its last five in a row, turning a 2-3 record into a 7-3 mark. That's been good enough to put the Packers in first place in the NFC North division. But when it comes to challenges, Giants head coach Tom Coughlin said his...
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