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Ben McAdoo’s pre-Green Bay speech induces “goose bumps”

Yeah, the debate is on tonight. But there’s also a pretty good football game, with the 2-2 Giants facing the 2-1 Packers in a game that could echo into January, based on playoff-tree seeding and postseason berths. For coach Ben McAdoo, the game represents a return to the place from which he came before joining…
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