Giants vs. Panthers: Takeaways from New York's 38-0 Loss to Carolina

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Giants vs. Panthers: Takeaways from New York's 38-0 Loss to Carolina
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Eli Manning goes into the fetal position after reading my scathing review.

If you told me before Sunday that I'd be writing that headline, I'd have called you crazy.

The loss to the Dallas Cowboys in Week 1 was chalked up to an early casualty in the NFC East, but not something insurmountable.  After all, the 1986 New York Giants, who won Super Bowl XXI, lost to the Cowboys in their season-opening contest.

Then, the Week 2 loss to the Denver Broncos was harsh, but understandable since Peyton Manning is nearly impossible to beat when luck isn't swinging in your favor.

But as long as opposing defensive backs weren't going to bicyle-kick any more interceptions, the Giants were surely going to bounce back against the lowly Carolina Panthers in Week 3.

Right?

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