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For the second straight week, the Giants forgot they had a football game to play on Sunday. The Ravens exploited the Giants? defense for a 33-14 blowout victory.

And Corey Webster was one of the main defensive culprits for the Giants.

Play after play, Joe Flacco found Torrey Smith on Webster?s side. Granted, Flacco made some great throws, but for the guy who is supposed to be the Giants? best cornerback, Webster was downright terrible.

Tags: 2012 New York Giants, anquan boldin, blowout, defense, Joe Flacco, NY Giants, Editorial Aside, ravens, ray rice, torrey smith
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Fourth Quarter

- 3rd downs are easy for the Ravens today. They could take a knee on the first two plays of each drive and still convert easily. This giants defense is a joke and they've lost all f what made them champions last season.

- The Ravens settle for a FG but take 6 minutes off of the clock with that drive. Their lead is now 23 points and the Giants must hope for a miracle collapse.

Tags: 2012 New York Giants, AFC, Baltimore, Baltimore Ravens, Dvision, Eli Manning, giants, New York, NFC, NFC East, NFL, playoffs, ravens, ray lewis, ray rice, week 16
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Ravens' RB Ray Rice, a product of New Rochelle by way of Rutgers, knows a few things about children and families dealing with adversity. His father, Calvin Reed was shot dead in a drive-by shooting when Ray was only a year old. His uncle -?Myshawn Rice-Nichols ?- who had become Ray's surrogate father, was killed in a car accident in 1998 involving a drunk driver.

Yesterday, in his media session, Rice addressed the outreach done by the Giants' Victor Cruz to connect with the families of the victims of the Newtown, CT shootings.

Tags: New York Giants, ray rice, Victor Cruz
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This is not Newton's Laws of Physics, but it is a theory.

For all of the turmoil surrounding New York's inability to consistently win football games, there is equal to or greater panic in Baltimore regarding the Ravens' offensive identity.

Your welcome.

Tags: Antrel Rolle, cam cameron, Chris Canty, Jason Pierre-Paul, jim caldwell, Joe Flacco, Matt Ryan, New York Giants, Editorial Aside, ray rice
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It's been a tumultuous season for both the New York Giants and Baltimore Ravens, both teams that have had their share of struggles and endured criticism in recent weeks.

The Giants have exchanged wins and losses each week since their Week 11 bye, and overall have won two of their last six contests. The most recent loss came in the form of a 34-0 shutout complements of the Atlanta Falcons.

The loss downgraded New York out of the playoff picture and creating a three-way tie atop the NFC East. The Washington Redskins assumed the No. 4 seed in the bracket, with Dallas and New York on the outside looking in.

Tags: cam cameron, Eli Manning, jim caldwell, Joe Flacco, New York Giants, ray rice, Tom Coughlin
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