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The Giants are cramming for their latest test, a game against the very physical Washington Redskins (1-1) on Thursday night. The Giants are 0-2 and probably should be at least 1-1, perhaps even 2-0, after squandering fourth-quarter leads in both game in historic fashion.

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From Friday's programming, SNY gets you ready for the annual Snoopy Bowl between the Giants and the Jets Saturday night at MetLife Stadium...

The Daily News Live crew debates which team will shine in the annual Jets vs. Giants preseason contest.

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Jonesing for some football? Well, it's coming back in just a few weeks. It's the time when NFL teams reunite to reflect on the old and start working on the new. A time where the newly-signed players come through the door and mesh with the incumbents in the first step in forming the team's 53-man roster for the upcoming season.

The OTAs (organized team activities) are "voluntary" (check with Tom Coughlin on that) but the team will be expected in full on June 16th for the club's mandatory minicamp.

The team is permitted to hold a rookie minicamp anytime after May 11th. Last year, the Giants were one of two NFL clubs (Cincinnati was the other) that did not hold rookie minicamps, choosing to integrate them right into the flow with the veterans.

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The Giants are going to have to make a decision to franchise tag Jason Pierre-Paul or not in the next two weeks (Raanan, Feb. 16).

Today is the first day all teams can designate players the franchise tag. There is a two week window with the deadline ending on March 2nd. If a deal or franchise tag isn't made by this date, Pierre-Paul will become an unrestricted free agent.

General Manager Jerry Reese felt he saw two different players last season in Pierre-Paul. "I think at the beginning of the season he wasn't playing like he played at the end of the season. The second half of the season, he came on really strong and played like we thought he should play," Reese said after the season. "The guy has some ability to be a game changer. We didn't see enough of that in the first half of the season."

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The Giants will try to rekindle their championship defensive mojo with the rehiring of Steve Spagnuolo as defensive coordinator. Spags has a Super Bowl ring as the DC of the SB XLII championship club and has been traveling around the country the past six years or so learning new tactics from astute college and pro coaches, as well as taking his lumps as head coach with the Rams and DC of the Saints.

Spagnuolo is ready to press the reset button on that long odyssey of failures that nearly ruined his reputation, if not his career.

Spags will be afforded a better shot in 2015 that his predecessor, Perry Fewell, was in 2014. He will likely have a better compliment of players to work with when the team assembles this spring.

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The DC search continues for the Giants this week. Many feel the familiarity of Steve Spagnuolo puts him in the lead for the job.

Newsflash: the familiarity they're talking about is long gone. Other than secondary coach Dave Merritt, there is no one left from his 2008 defensive coaching staff, the last season Spagnoulo was here. It was so long ago, none of the players from that team are still here, either.

Sure, Tom Coughlin likes familiarity, but that has worked against him as much as it's worked for him.?There is a wide field of candidates to choose from right now. Don't get me wrong, I like Spags, but his recent track record is too spotty for me.

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The performance was a surprise to some, but the Giants were prepared. Sparked by a focused Eli Manning and Rueben Randle the offense went off against the Rams' overzealous defense, taking the lead early and never looking back. WR Odell Beckham, Jr. and RB Andre Williams continued their strong rookie campaigns. They?exceeded 100 yards in the same game for the second time this season. Before this year, Giants rookies had not had 100 rushing and 100 receiving yards in the same game even once.

The Giants' 514 yards, are the most accumulated in a single game since they gained 604 yards in a victory over Tampa Bay on Sept. 16, 2012. The?386 net passing yards was their highest total since they threw for 428 yards on Sept. 8, 2013 against Dallas. Eli Manning racked up a 131.5 QBR in the first half, completing 16 of 18 passes for 200 yards and a TD.

The Giants had a 300-yard passer, a 100-yard rusher and a 100-yard receiver for the first time since Dec. 1, 2011, in a victory at Dallas, where Manning threw for 400 yards, Brandon Jacobs ran for 101 yards and Nicks had 163 receiving yards.

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The Giants (5-9) will travel to St. Louis to face the Rams (6-8) on Sunday. Not a marquee game by any stretch, and can only be seen in those markets on FOX at 4:05 p.m. Thom Brennaman, David Diehl and Laura Omkin will provide the call on FOX. It will be the third time in the last four weeks that Diehl will covering the Giants.

The matchup features two clubs finishing disappointing seasons. The Rams have struggled offensively at times against contending teams. They are 20th in rushing offense and 26th in passing. They are 20th in points scored.

Like the Giants, the Rams are still playing hard for their respective coaches as the playoffs drift further out of their reach.

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The Giants travel to Seattle with hopes of stealing a win against the defending Super Bowl champion Seahawks. The Giants are trying to avoid their fourth straight loss after winning three in a row.

"You spend a lot of time talking to your football team. It?s a short week to do that," said head coach Tom Coughlin. "We?ve had that opportunity in a couple of sessions and, you know, it?s an emotional thing. A lot of people don?t understand how emotionally draining it is, especially when you lose. To get over that and get moving, but I think we?re getting there."

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The 3-5 Giants take their jalopy of a team out to the Pacific Northwest to face the defending Super Bowl champion Seahawks this Sunday. The way things have been going here for the Giants, it's a wonder how anyone could entertain the notion that they have even a remote chance of winning.

The Giants are once again overrun with key injuries this season and are going up against a Seattle team that is not exactly playing at the level they were last season. That shouldn't matter. This Giant team is not a clutch one, especially on the road.

The Giants have not beaten a winning team on the road since Week 6?of the 2012 season against San Francisco. Last season they won only three games on the road, period: at Washington, Detroit and the Philly, who started Matt Barkley at QB. The Giants won, 15-7, in a?game that featured?five Josh Brown FGs.

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With the Giants down Victor Cruz for this season and possibly part of next, many Giant fans may be wondering this morning why their team did not try to land Seattle Seahawks KR/WR Percy Harvin when his availability became known. Instead, it was the Jets who swung the deal.

The Giants are in need of a top WR, no doubt, but there are a bunch of reasons for the Giants to pass on Harvin.

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The Giants (1-2) travel down to the nation's capital to face their NFC East rival, the Washington Redskins (1-2), in a meeting between two teams hoping to rebound from losing 2012 campaigns.

Kickoff: 8:25pm EDT

Site: FedEx Field

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Here are three keys for the Giants today if they are going to get of the schneid vs Houston today.

Stop the run. The Texans are averaging 151.5 yards per game on the ground. The Giants will have Markus Kuhn back and the Texans may be without their feature RB, Arian Foster. Don't let the backups beat you.

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Two Giant defenders left Sunday's?25-14 loss to the Arizona Cardinals early due to injury. Middle linebacker and team captain, Jon Beason, along with slot cornerback, Walter Thurmond.

Beason left the game in the third quarter with an apparent foot injury. He was later seen leaving the stadium with a walking boot on his right foot, the same one that caused him to miss most of the preseason. Beason underwent X-Rays before departing, but results were undisclosed. The Giants would only say they will know more about Beason's condition after an MRI on Monday.

Thurmond pulled himself midway through the game due to a pain in his pectoral muscle. When asked about the injury, Thurmond replied?"I was erring on the side of caution."

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The Giants moved to 4-0 on the preseason with another second half victory led by the backups. It was a coming out party of sorts for backup QB Ryan Nassib, who appears to have won the primary backup job. Nassib went 8/12 for 103 yards and three TDs to lead the Giants to a 35-24 win over the Jets at MetLife Stadium Friday night.

After the starters got outplayed by the Jets on both sides of the ball for the first 28 minutes of the game, QB Eli Manning, who was getting pounded like a drum by the Jets (who weren't even blitzing BTW), engineered a 11-play, 91-yard drive that resulted in a 15-yard TD reception by WR Rueben Randle to get the Giants with three right before halftime.

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The Giants will likely pull out all the stops in the first half tonight in their game vs the Jets. The starters, especially on offense, have shown little and the fans are becoming anxious.

Giants head coach Tom Coughlin is concerned, but not panicking. But he wants to see progress tonight.

"Based on last week I would hope that there is a significant production and better quality of play from our one?s certainly," said Coughlin.

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It's Week Two of the preseason for everyone else but it's Week Three for the Giants, meaning it's time for Big Blue to start to put some things together. Here's what I believe we'll see tonight:

Offense

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Tonight, it?s back to football with the first game of the year when the Giants meet the Buffalo Bills in the annual NFL/Hall of Fame Game.

Kickoff: 8:00pm Eastern

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A sparse turnout here with two teams playing out the string in the first half at MetLife. The steady rain kept many away as well. The weather has certainly played a role in the quality - or lack of quality - play thus far.

Early in the second quarter, the Giants were mounting a drive into Washington territory. On 3rd-and-2 on the WAS 32, Eli Manning had Hakeem Nicks free for a first down, but his arm was hit and the ball sailed over Nicks' head. The Giants were forced to turn to PK Josh Brown to attempt a 50-yard FG in the rain.

Brown hooked the attempt wide left, snapping a team-record of 17 consecutive FGAs.

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From Matthew Cohen / SNYGiants contributor:

It's tough to rate defenses. Points scored are influenced by a host of factors including opponent field position. Yards given up is influenced by the performance of the team's offense.

I've devised a measure that looks at average yards per play assuming that that 56.7% of plays run are passes (the league average). By this measure, the Giants have the seventh best defense in the league in 2013 so far.

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Head coach Jim Schwartz could be out if the Lions miss the playoffs.

The Giants (5-9) travel to Detroit to take on the Lions (7-7), who need a victory to stay in the hunt for the NFC North title.

Kickoff: 4:05 Eastern

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Not a pleasant experience for the Giants and their fans yesterday at MetLife Stadium. The Seattle Seahawks came in here and squashed what's left of the Giants" offense, 23-0.

"I expected a great effort today. I think defensively and with our special teams, we got it," said Tom Coughlin after the game. "Offensively we did not ? there?s no way to sugarcoat it. A pathetic offensive performance ? we didn?t block anybody, we didn?t make any plays, we didn?t create any opportunities for ourselves. I told the players who prepared and gave great effort that I appreciated what they did, and I told those that were obvious they had not, that I felt sorry for them because they?re missing the whole point."

GEICO SportsNIte has the post game reaction from the Giants' locker room:

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The Giants have been locking up the best rushers in the league this season and now will face Seattle's Marshawn Lynch, who is currently fifth in the NFL with 1,042 yards. On defense, the Seahawks sport the league's top pass defense.

Vegas has made Seattle 7-point favorites and the over/under is a very moderate 41 1/2.

I don't expect a who lot of scoring, so the OU looks pretty much in line. The Seahawks are a lock to win at home, but on the road they have lost twice and in several games, had difficulty scoring. ?That doesn't mean they won't come in and trounce the turnover-prone Giants.

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Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll is coming back to the Meadowlands this week, a place he knows very well having coached both the Jets and the Patriots in the 1990's. A west-coast guy by nature, Carroll has spent this millennium coaching at USC and now the Seahawks.

He's coming back to the area with the NFC's top-rated team and will play this Sunday in the stadium that will host the Super Bowl in less than two months.

"No, we?re not looking at it that way," Carroll told reporters Wednesday. "We?re just trying to get there and get focused on this game and take care of business and we?ve talked about that a long ways down the road.? That really shouldn?t be in our business at all right now."

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San Diego's Keenan Allen and Philip Rivers had an easy time against the Giants yesterday.

by Jon Wagner / SNYGiants contributor

Giants GM Jerry Reese can finally stop that Super Bowl XLVIII countdown clock he kept in the New York Giants? locker room, even throughout his team?s awful 0-6 start to the 2013 season.

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It looked a a rerun from the first six weeks of the season in San Diego this afternoon as the Giants played slow and sloppy in a 37-14 loss to the Chargers (6-7). ?With the defeat, the Giants (5-8) put an official end to their faux playoff intentions and the hope of finishing the season strong.

Turnovers and mistakes ruled the day for the Blue as they were outhustled and out-executed by a Chargers team that simply felt they had more to play for. ?The Giants were never in this game, folks. They fell behind, 24-0, before the half and could not mount any kind of a significant comeback. It was a hard one to watch.

The Chargers were led by QB Philip Rivers (21/28, 249 yds, 3 TD, 0 INT) and RBs Ryan Matthews (29/103/1) and Danny Woodhead (94 total yards) and rookie WR Keenan Allen (2 TD catches). Matthews is the first back to gain 100 yards on the Giants since Carolina's DeAngelo Williams in Week 3.

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Just a snoozy first half by the Giants in San Diego for the Giants this afternoon. Miscues on offense and missteps on defense have put them in a 24-0 hole in this clearly one-sided game in the Southern California sun.

The fans, booed the hated Eli Manning for the entire first half, as their Chargers took advantage of two more Giant turnovers for scores. The Giants lead the NFL in turnovers with 32 and have not gone a single game this season now without committing at least one.

In the first quarter after hitting Hakeem Nicks for a 51-yard gain, Manning was picked off on a pass that deflected off an apathetic Rueben Randle. The Chargers would capitalize on the turnover on a 43-yard TD strike from Philip Rivers to rookie WR Keenan Allen.

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Are you wondering what really happened at the end of last night's game between the Giants and Redskins? You're not alone. The officiating crew simply screwed up, leaving the Redskins, the Giants, the fans and the viewing audience scratching their heads.

The series in question....

1-10-WAS 36 (2:10) (Shotgun) R.Griffin pass short left to P.Garcon to WAS 41 for 5 yards.

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Redskins LB London Fletcher, the NFL?s active Iron Man, is playing in his 252nd consecutive regular season game. Fletcher is one of only four players in NFL history to reach 250 consecutive games played (Jeff Feagles, Brett Favre and Jim Marshall).

The Giants (4-7) travel down to the nation's capital to face the Redskins (3-8) in a battle between two of the more disappointing teams of 2013. The winner moves into third place. The loser drops into last.

Kickoff: 8:30pm Eastern

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Giants OL David Diehl weighs in on the Giants' current playoff outlook ahead of Sunday night's matchup with the Redskins.

http://web.sny.tv/media/video.jsp?content_id=31246913&topic_id=6479520&tcid=vpp_copy_31246913&v=3

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The Dallas Cowboys came in here with the league's worst defense and all week the Giants were looking forward to taking full advantage of that fact. We're still waiting. The Giants could only muster two field goals in the first half despite running the ball for 108 yards between Andre Brown and Brandon Jacobs.

Turnovers, which killed the Giants in their first meeting with Dallas, have reared their ugly head again. Victor Cruz was stripped of the ball by Dallas DB Orlando Scandrick. The ball was scooped up by Jeff Heath an taken to the house for a 7-0 Dallas lead.

A 10-play, 74-yard drive that stalled on the Dallas 3. Josh Brown hit a 21-yard FG to narrow the score to 7-3.

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Is this week's game vs Dallas a must-win for the Giants?

Pretty silly question if you ask me. After starting the season at 0-6, limiting their maximum win total to 10, every game has become a must-win. Of course the Giants getting to ten wins would be nothing short of a miracle and something that's never been done in the history of the league.

But nothing is impossible as long as there is opportunity. And the Giants have been making the most out of their opportunities the past four games. If they have any designs on creating history, they must win Sunday.

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With six games remaining, here's how the NFC East stands...

The Eagles staved off a late run by RGIII and the Redskins to take sole possession of first place. They will get a bye in Week 12. Washington, feeling the wrath of having a drawn a first-place schedule, host San Francisco next Monday night.

The Cowboys were off yesterday, a much-needed bye to say the least. They play the Giants at MetLife this coming Sunday. A Cowboys win moves them into a first-place tie with Philadelphia. A Giants win drops Dallas into a second place tie with New York.

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It's all good tonight for Giants fans. Sure, it was another win over a questionable QB, but it was still an NFL game. I believe the logo was prominently placed at midfield. I'll take a win over a loss anytime.

What I liked.....

Jon Beason and Terrell Thomas. These guys are bringing it.

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The Giants haven't played a pretty game yet this season and you can add today's game to that list. But there is no column for style points in the standings. All there are is wins and losses.

Green Bay came in here without their starting QB (Aaron Rodgers) and several key defenders and fought the Giants to the very last minute. They were in the game because the Giants struggled through penalties and lapses and yet another miscommunication between their QB and a receiver that took points off the board.

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RB Andre Brown led the Giants' offense to victory yesterday with 115 yards rushing and a touchdown.

Thomas, Brown Help G-Men Get a Leg Up on Raiders

by Jon Wagner / SNYGiants columnist

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Giants head coach Tom Coughlin greets the press after the Giants recorded their third consecutive win today vs the Oakland Raiders

Video courtesy of Giants.com

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Giants 24, Raiders 20

The Giants played much like they did for most of the first half of the season: turning the ball over and hurting themselves with mistakes. Except this time, RB Andre Brown and the rejuvenated defense provided enough good to finally outweigh the bad.

In the end, the Giants took a 24-20 victory into the tunnel. Not the most aesthetic effort, but good enough to win their third consecutive game after a starting the season with six straight defeats.

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Raiders' WR Denarius Moore is averaging 17.4 yards per catch this season.

The 3-5 Oakland Raiders hit MetLife Stadium today to face the Giants (2-6) in an NFL interconference clash of two of the league's most well-known brands.

Kickoff: 1:00pm Eastern

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The Giants bring a more physical style to Philly for this week's rematch with the Eagles featuring RB Peyton Hillis (left) on the offense ?and MLB Jon Beason on defense.

The Giants (1-6) attempt to make it two wins in row for the first time this season when they travel down the turnpike to play the hated Philadelphia Eagles (3-4).

Kickoff: 1:00pm Eastern

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The Giants'?Wednesday?afternoon pre-practice injury report includes 9 players ...

CB Jayron Hosley (hamstring)

RB Brandon Jacobs (hamstring)

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Vikings' RB Adrian Peterson was named the NFL's MVP last season.

The Minnesota Vikings (1-4) invade MetLife Stadium to take on the winless Giants (0-6) in what is being billed as the worst matchup in the 44-year history of Monday Night Football.

Kickoff: 8:40pm Eastern

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The Giants are heavy underdogs in Chicago this week. A loss would drop them to 0-6 and etch this season into franchise infamy. ?Several key players - including RB David Wilson - will not be on the field.

Can the Giants stop the free fall? What happens if they do? More importantly, what happens if they don't? Send us your take.....

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With two sacks this afternoon vs the Giants, Chiefs' LB Justin Houston will have the most sacks through the first four weeks of a season in NFL history.

The Giants (0-3) travel to Kansas City to take on Andy Reid's revamped, undefeated Chiefs in an interconference matchup of two teams headed in different directions.

Kickoff: 1:00 Eastern

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I really want to have some hope heading into this weekend?s matchup with the Chiefs. But I cannot reasonably sit here and see how the Giants are going to rise up to the occasion on the road against a 3-0 team with a very good defense. It?s not like the Chiefs are this all-world team, but they?re flying high after last year?s 2-14 campaign. Plus, every team right now is looking like a challenge for the G-Men. What I do want to see is a close game in which the Giants actually make a few plays and are not blown out of the water by early in the third quarter. There is so much that this teams needs to work on that it is impossible to correct everything this weekend. Who knows? Maybe they?ll surprise us and finally wake up, play with some passion and make things interesting. But even if that?s the case, getting a win this week will be tough. Again though, let?s just hope for a somewhat competitive game of football. Chiefs 24, Giants 20

Kel Dansby: It's a given that the Giants won't go winless and the Chiefs wont go undefeated. So why not have both of those possibilities end this week? The Giants are feeling a lot of pressure and their backs are against the wall...again. If there's any fight left in this Giants team it will come out this weekend and they'll make a statement. I look for a 4th qtr comeback victory. Giants 28, Chiefs 24

Tom Uddo: I looked at this game at the start of the season and thought it would be a cake-walk for the Giants. This team is now winless on the season after three weeks and are playing worse each week. Their offense was anemic last week against a beaten up Panthers secondary and their defense was picked apart by Cam Newton. The undefeated Chiefs and QB Alex Smith have been flawless so far through the season, throwing for over 600 yards without an interception and RB Jamaal Charles is a game changer. Even worse; Kansas City has possibly the best defensive line in the entire NFL and after Eli Manning was sacked seven times last week against Carolina, it wouldn't shock me if the Chiefs don't take Manning down 5+ times again. This team is falling apart, and while I am always looking on the positive side of things when it comes to the teams that I cover, I can't see the Giants leaving Arrowhead Stadium with their first win of the season. Chiefs 24, Giants 17

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The Giants will travel to Kansas City today for their clash with the undefeated Chiefs tomorrow afternoon. The team is banding together in the quest to end their dismal start. They know what they need to do. Now it's just the act of getting it done.

"When we look back at it last week we just know that we simply did not get the job done," said CB Prince Amukamara. "Carolina outplayed us and we just have to learn from the game, like we did, and get prepared to play next week. That?s how it is in the NFL, that?s what I?m learning, is that there?s a good team every week and our job is to try and go 1-0 every week."

S Ryan Mundy is still looking for his first win in Blue. He knows the drill, too. It's all about individuals making the sacrifice for the good of the team.

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