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10 Ways You Know the New York Giants Are a Terrible Team
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RB David Wilson is smothered by rival Eagles.

Unless you've been living under a rock for the past month-and-a-half, you're probably well aware of just how terrible the New York Giants have been in 2013. Through six games, they've yet to claim a single victory. The comparisons between this current season and the historically miserable ones of the 1970s have crept into the conversation with each passing defeat.

There are plenty of ways to illustrate just how deep this Giants team has sunk. It's often pointed out that their defense ranks last in terms of points allowed. Their ground game and pass rush have been the primary offensive and defensive shortcomings, respectively. The coaching staff has sustained its usual amount of ridicule; even quarterback Eli Manning hasn't been able to escape fans' searing criticism.

But if you're still unsure of just how bad these 0-6 Giants are, this list should clear things up for you.

Read on.

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