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All this barkin' could bite the Giants

Big-talking G-Men will become history's punch line if they lose Super Bowl XLVI

Updated: February 3, 2012, 7:37 AM ET
By Ian O'Connor | ESPNNewYork.com

INDIANAPOLIS -- For blustering their way to the big game, for carrying themselves with as much championship-round swagger as any New York team since the '86 Mets, the New York Giants might want to find a way to beat the Bradys and Belichicks on Sunday night.

If they fail to stage a Super Bowl XLII sequel in this rematch, if they make prophets of the Vegas bookies who have them placing second in Lucas Oil Stadium, the Giants will go down as contenders who talked their way out of a ...

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