Giants boast plenty of offensive weapons
Updated: July 29, 2003, 12:03 PM ETBy By Darrell Trimble | NFL Insider
Although everyone knows that any form of prognostication at this point is, well pointless, it hasn't stopped people from anointing the Bucs, Rams, Eagles and even the Falcons as their choices for NFC champs. But one team that's getting less attention than the aforementioned quartet is the New York Giants, and they may be every bit as good, if not better, than their counterparts. Not that the Giants didn't start the first day of training camp last Thursday without fanfare. After blowing a 24-point lead with 16 minutes left in their wildcard loss to the San Francisco 49ers, there is considerable buzz about whether or not that game has had any lingering effect on a team that's expected to vie for a division title.
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