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Happy gameday. Enjoy the extra hour…here are some quick links for you this morning… From Ultimate NYG’s Andy Furman: There are some interesting elements to this game. Brady and Belichick are always a test. But the Patriots defense is the opening that the Giants MUST bust through. We really are going to learn so much more about Fewell and Gilbride tomorrow. If those guys attack on both sides of the ball, the Giants WILL WIN, regardless of whether Nicks plays or not. READ MORE From Dan Benton of Giants 101: Once upon a time, quarterback Tom Brady laughed at the notion the New York Giants would hold the New England Patriots to 17 points. Of course, Big Blue would then go on to hold them to 14 points and it would be Eli Manning & Co. who got the last laugh. READ MORE From Ian Begley of ESPN New York: “What would be better than the opportunity that he’s going to get now?,” Giants offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride said earlier this week. “He’s been clamoring for a chance. The chanc...
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