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New York Giants' afternoon notebook: Touring SB Nation edition

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A look around SB Nation at stories about the New York Giants.

Patrick Smith

Here is a bonus notebook for you this afternoon New York Giants' fans. It features work from SB Nation New York (some penned by yours truly) and some of the other fine football writers around the SB Nation network. It's a little feature we haven't used in a looooong time, something I've always called 'Touring SB Nation.'

Here we go.

Giants at Ravens: First look at must-win game for New York - SB Nation New York
The New York Giants have two games remaining, and they can guarantee themselves a playoff spot if they win both of them. The Giants face the 9-5 Baltimore Ravens this week (4:25 p.m. ET/FOX) at M&T Bank Stadium, then finish the season with a home game against the 4-10 Philadelphia Eagles.

The Giants, 2-4 in their last six games have gone from 6-2 and in control of the NFC East to 8-6 and desperately needing to win their final two games to reach the playoffs. Sunday's 34-0 loss to the Atlanta Falcons was the most lopsided loss ever suffered by a defending Super Bowl champion.

New York coaches and players are saying all the right things heading into Sunday.

NFL power rankings, Week 16: Shake-up at the top -
11. New York Giants (LW: 7, 8-6): When the Falcons crushed the Giants, my first thought was: "Well, that's it. The Giants will run the table and win the Super Bowl."

NFL Power Rankings Week 16: Jets, Giants stumble - SB Nation New York
11. New York Giants (LW: 7, 8-6) - Battle of struggling teams in Baltimore Sunday afternoon. Next up: at No. 14 Ravens

Is Harbaugh Losing Control Of Ravens? - Baltimore Beat Down
Do the two unsportsmanlike penalties by the Ravens towards the end of their 34-17 loss to the Broncos reflect a loss of control over the team by head coach John Harbaugh?

Current 2013 NFL Draft order -
After Monday night's "football game" between the New York Jets and Tennessee Titans, you can't help but think about the NFL Draft.