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New York Giants: Top 5 Players Who Really Need to Step Up in 2012

The New York Giants were nothing if not unlucky during the 2011 regular season. Last season was like a three-act play. Act 1 lasted 14 games and was wrought with injuries, inconsistent play and, at times, bonehead coaching. Act 2 lasted two games and was marked by two scrappy wins that showed promise and fueled optimism for another great run a la 2008. Act 3, well, we all know how that worked out.
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