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Giants paid an awful lot for a defense that gives up an awful lot

When you guarantee more than $100 million to a revamped defense, you really expect a bit more than a 2-3 start. The New York Giants invested heavily in their defense this offseason, bringing in three key free agents at a guaranteed nine-figure cost, and yet the Giants weren’t able to hold Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers in check, falling 23-16 on Sunday night. The Packers and Giants squared off opposite the second presidential debate, and it appeared that a fair number of personnel on both sidelines were watching something other than the action on the field.
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