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New York Giants' news and notes: Game day edition

New York Giants notes for Sunday morning.

Jeff Zelevansky

Good morning, New York Giants fans! Here is your Sunday morning notebook as you await today's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

NJ Gov. Chris Christie supports NFL’s decision to not move Sunday’s Steelers-Giants game | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
From the blog Shutdown Corner: With Hurricane Sandy causing an estimated $50 billion in damage to the New York/New Jersey area earlier this week, the National Football League has waived its travel rules and will allow the Pittsburgh Steelers to fly to New Jersey on …

NFL keeps the NY Giants at home to face the Pittsburgh Steelers after devastating Hurricane Sandy - NY Daily News
There are heavy hearts and broken hearts all over New York and New Jersey in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy and whether the Giants can put that aside.

Giants receiver Hakeem Nicks says Steelers' defensive backs guilty of grabbing 'a lot' |
Hakeem Nicks’ job each Sunday starts here: Getting open, or at least some version of open. The Giants receiver has an arsenal of tools he can use, contingent on the health of his right foot and left knee. He studies his opponent’s tactics, too, which led him to this conclusion about the Pittsburgh Steelers defensive backs. “They grab,” Nicks said. “They grab a lot. They’re physical. ” Just to be clear, Nicks doesn’t mean contact within the league’s rules. “I’m sure you’ll see on Sunday,” he said coyly.

Stock watch: Stevie Wonder edition - Giants Blog - ESPN New York
Before Eli goes toe-to-toe with Big Ben for only the third time in their careers, let's take a look at the Giants' Stock Watch heading into the game.

Serby's Sunday Q&A with... Linval Joseph -
Giants defensive lineman Linval Joseph took some time out to tackle a Q&A blitz from Post columnist Steve Serby.

Kiwanuka ready to play after Sandy scare drove him from home | ProFootballTalk
Part of the reason the Giants can make a sincere statement tomorrow by playing in the wake of Hurricane Sandy is that they’re suffering the same impact as the rest of the residents of New Jersey and New York.

80 seasons worth of Steelers-Giants

Giants in for tough start to second half | New York Daily News