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New York Giants' news, 10/14: Big plays, bad plays and ... playoffs

New York Giants' headlines for Monday, 10/14.

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The New York Giants have made plenty of big plays on offense and defense so far this season. It's just that they have undone all that good work with their league-worst 23 turnovers and -16 takeaway/giveaway ratio.

Rueben Randle has been in the middle of a lot of those big plays this season, good or bad. In Big Blue View parlance, Randle is a walking 'Kwillie.'

Jon Beason still believes the 0-6 Giants can make a playoff run.

"Yeah, no question. Even before I got here, from afar [I saw talent]. The injuries kept piling up, but we still know we’re leaving plays out there and we can compete with anybody,’’ Beason said. "It’s a crazy year. This never happens to the Giants, 0-6. But at the end of the day, we’re still in the playoff hunt, so you can’t ask for anything better at this point.’’

Many of you are already busy figuring out the possible Giants' draft scenarios. If you're one of them, this post from ESPN's Dan Graziano is for you.

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said over the weekend that he hopes to reduce the number of preseason games to three by 2015, a move that would not impact the regular-season schedule.

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