Miami Dolphins' wide receiver Brandon Marshall can talk all the nonsense he wants to, but when the Dolphins and New York Giants meet today at MetLife Stadium (1 p.m. ET/CBS) the story will be about the Giants, not the 0-6 Dolphins. If the Giants play with intensity and take care of the football the way they have during most games thus far this season they win without much difficulty. That is why the Giants are 10-point favorites.
The Giants (4-2) are as healthy as they have been all season heading into Sunday's meeting. Prince Amukamara won't play, and fullback Henry Hynoski is doubtful, but that is about it as far as question marks.
Much of the talk for the Giants this week has been about avoiding a letdown.
"It doesn't matter who we are playing or what their record is, our next best challenge is the next team on your schedule, no matter what their record is," said Giants defensive back Corey Webster. "Any given Sunday, anything can happen. Everybody is professional, everybody is good and anybody can win."
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