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Giants Fall to Colts 40-24

by Kristian O'Hara

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The New York Giants lost their 3rd straight game on Monday night, 40-24 to the Indianapolis Colts. New York was dominated from the start, scoring three points in the 1st half. Andrew Luck threw for 350 yards for the fifth road game in a row, an NFL record. The Giants will now travel to Seattle to face the defending Super Bowl Champion Seahawks.

Big Blue Falls to 0-2 for Second Year in a Row

by Kristian O'Hara

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The New York Giants struggles continued on Sunday with a 25-14 loss to the Arizona Cardinals.  Former Michigan State quarterback Drew Stanton, who hadn’t started an NFL game since 2010, led Arizona down the field on the opening drive to a touchdown and the Cardinals never looked back.  The Giants were in a 10-0 hole before they could blink but Eli and the offense started clicking in the 2nd quarter.

One on One takes a look at the Giants with Paul Schwartz of the New York Post

by Nolan Silbernagel

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Nolan Silbernagel and Mike Valdetara discussed why the Giants suffered another late season collapse and if some serious coaching changes have to be made to avoid another disappointing season next year.  Listen in and see why Schwartz thinks the players are to be blamed more than the coaches. 

Schwartz also gave his input as to what he thought is the biggest weakness of the New York Giants were this year.

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