Giants vs. Buccaneers: What We Learned from Big Blue's 41-34 Comeback over Bucs

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Giants vs. Buccaneers: What We Learned from Big Blue's 41-34 Comeback over Bucs
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What a game. What a comeback.

But honestly, do you expect anything less from Eli Manning in the fourth quarter? Can you honestly count him out of any game if it is in striking distance?

No, you can't.

The Giants trailed 27-13 in the third quarter, Ahmad Bradshaw, Domenik Hixon and David Diehl all left with injuries and Manning had three interceptions in the first half alone.

Yet they were never out of the game.

The Giants rallied to score 28 points in the second half, 25 of which came in the fourth quarter. The Giants picked up their first win of 2012 by knocking off the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 41-34 in a wild and crazy game at MetLife Stadium.

The Giants will have only a couple of days to gather themselves and travel to play the Carolina Panthers on a special Thursday night game on the NFL Network.

What did we learn from the Giants against Tampa on Sunday? Click through to continue.

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