New York Giants: 9 Reasons the Giants Will Make the NFL Playoffs

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New York Giants: 9 Reasons the Giants Will Make the NFL Playoffs
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It has been three years since head coach Tom Coughlin and the New York Giants football team made it to the postseason.  

Two years ago they started 5-0 but finished with an 8-8 record.  

Last season they raced off to a 6-2 start but finished the season splitting their final 8 games, barely missing the playoffs at 10-6.  

The Giants team of two years ago that started at 5-0 lost faith in then-defensive coordinator Bill Sheridan and stopped playing for him towards the end of the season.  

Despite the 6-2 start, last year's team had 22 turnovers through those first eight games.  That's an alarming 2.75 turnovers a game, something that we all knew would catch up to the team at some point.  

This year's team is off to a solid 4-2 start, but with a pretty tough second half schedule coming up after the bye week.  

Many Giants fans may be anticipating another late-season collapse, but here are nine reasons to believe the opposite will happen.  This team is built to get better as the season goes.  

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