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    Schedule doesnt look as bad as it did a month ago

    If the giants can play like they did vs then niners for the rest of year (BIG IF with the Giants though) i think they can do well..... some of the elite's on the schedule seemed to have weakened.. but that can always change..... the ATL may be a big game

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    The remainder of the giants schedule is the 9th most difficult in the league, going by current win/loss records.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slipknottin View Post
    The remainder of the giants schedule is the 9th most difficult in the league, going by current win/loss records.
    If they can be consistent and play like they have ..... 9th best isnt a bad gig

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    baltimore lost ray lewis and ledarius webb. pitt's defense has gotten another yr older. NO doesnt have Peyton. we should be able to beat every team we have left. hardest games will be GB, Atl, and the divisional games. if we can win vs wash we'll be in great shape....eli is money in october, so we should be able to get a 2-3 game lead on our division going into the final stretch...schedule is def not looking as tough

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    let's dominate our division for once

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    Tell you the truth, no team should be able to beat us long as the Giants don't try to use ball control. They just run their offense to put up points after points. When offenses use ball control, they limit themselves cause they hardly don't want to go deep.

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    This team can beat any opponent currently on the schedule. They can also lose to some of the worst. The schedule outlook can change in a second depending on how the Giants are playing. I'm not looking past Washington.

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    The toughest games for the Giants are the ones in which the teams are most familiar with them, i.e. the NFC East.

    Then next biggest challenge and a daunting task is to overcome the Redskins on Sunday, something that didn't happen in two games last year.

    Then, Bang (John Tayman) won't be able to come on here after the season and ask a quiz about which was the only team to defeat the Superbowl Champs twice in 2011.

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    the only remaining tough games i think are Green Bay and Atlanta

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    the scehd after the bye is tough no matter what the numbers say. Very difficult last 6 games.....
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