New York Giants: Reasons Why the Giants Won't Repeat

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New York Giants: Reasons Why the Giants Won't Repeat
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The New York Giants have been one of the more consistent teams in the last decade.  With two super bowls in five years, the G-Men haven't gotten as much publicity as the New York Jets as of late, but the field performance speaks for itself.

However, the Giants lost some key pieces to the super bowl team of last season.  While quarterback Eli Manning is still leading the way, other pieces to the success of New York have went elsewhere.

The Giants have had successes against top teams in the NFL recently, but New York faces one of the more difficult schedules in the league.

Besides the difficult competition against the NFC East teams, the Giants go away at San Francisco, Cincinnati, Atlanta and Baltimore.

Difficult home games consist of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Green Bay Packers and New Orleans Saints

Here are some reasons that the Giants won't repeat as champions in the 2012-2013 season. 

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