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Ultimately, the 2009 regular season will be defined for the multitude of offensive juggernauts going off on weaker defenses. á One of those weaker defenses just happens to be a team generally renowned for it: the New York Giants.á á SheridanÆs firing at the end of the season was really the only sure thing for the Giants in the month of December. The lack of pride exhibited virtually on a weekly basis sent shivers down any Giants fanÆs spine. á For years, fans would congregate in Giants Stadium throughout December with their faces protected against the wind and layer upon layer over their bodies to attain any semblance of warmth. And it usually didnÆt work. á But it was all for naught when they watched attentively as their men in blue would dominate the line of scrimmage, make the q ...

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