9 Mistakes New York Giants Cannot Make to Win Super Bowl XLVI

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9 Mistakes New York Giants Cannot Make to Win Super Bowl XLVI
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The New York Giants are a team. The New England Patriots may have their famous “role-players,” but the G-men play like a band of brothers.

“We’re going to play our game and they’re going to play their game and it’s going to be all about who executes the best.” Appearing on Wednesday’s Inside the NFL, Justin Tuck was articulate, insightful—and relaxed.

Sounds simple. And it is. It’s just not easy.

In 2007, when I saw Michael Strahan’s trademark smile as he danced in his seat at media day, I thought—the Giants are going to win. They were the loose underdogs.

I don’t care what Vegas says, analysts think that New York has the better team. That doesn’t mean that they will be the new champs. Being expected to win can be a killer.

There are a handful of mistakes that can turn Sunday night into the “Bill and Tom Show.”

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