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You had to know they Giants would respond to all of these allegations that they play 'dirty,' and they have done just that.

"We were the least-penalized team of the (12) going into the playoffs," Antonio Pierce said. "If you're dirty, you get called. Or fined. Or the league calls you up and has a disciplinary hearing. They can say whatever they want to say."
"Truthfully, I don't know what they're talking about," Chris Snee said. "They want to take anything as a cheap shot, I mean, we play hard, we play to the whistle, just like they do."

Moving on to some bits of news, the Giants have signed Justin Tuck to a 5-year, $30-million contract, $16M of which is guaranteed. Tuck is a terrific player and locking him up was a great idea.

It still looks like the Giants will be without Sam Madison and Kevin Dockery Sunday. Say your prayers that Aaron Ross' shoulder stays together. No matter what, we will be seeing a lot more of Geoffrey Pope.

One of Steve Spagnuolo's strengths as defensive coordinator of the Giants is his willingness to listen to players.

Newsday's Bob Glauber lays out his plan for how the Giants can defeat Green Bay and advance to the Super Bowl. Over at the New York Daily News, Hank Gola breaks down the key matchups.

Michael Strahan is tired of the Brett Favre love-fest.