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New York Giants: Identifying Team's Biggest Advantage over Each NFC East Foe

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New York Giants: Identifying Team's Biggest Advantage over Each NFC East Foe
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In 2014, the New York Giants face the past two NFC Super Bowl representatives.

While those games will both be a good gauge of how far the Giants can go this coming season, the most important games they play will be inside the division, as they are for any team.

The Giants went 3-3 against the NFC East last season, but the division is growing more competitive all the time.

Under head coach Chip Kelly, Philadelphia made an impressive late-season run, and the Washington Redskins will be ready to start a new era under their new coach.

Dallas had a very disappointing 2013 season, but they still defeated the Giants in both meetings.

So how can New York get the best of these teams in 2014? Here, we take a look at the areas where the Giants can take advantage of each of their divisional opponents.

In each of the past four seasons, 10 wins has been enough to win the division. That makes these matchups that much more important.

The last time the Giants won the division, they went on to become Super Bowl champions.

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