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New York Giants' news, 9/24: 0-3 new territory for Giants

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New York Giants' headlines for Tuesday, 9/24.

Streeter Lecka

Good morning, New York Ginats' fans! Here are some of the stories making headlines around the 0-3 Giants this morning.

Herzlich: Banks is right

Linebacker Mark Herzlich actually agreed with Carl Banks that the Giants did not display enough passion Sunday vs. the Carolina Panthers.

"That's what happened. They kept hitting us, hitting us and hitting us and we didn't stop them. Carl's right, we need to have more passion, we need to have that fire," Herzlich said.

Spencer Paysinger excited for challenge

Linebacker Spencer Paysinger has a rather unique view on being 0-3.

"I, myself, and a bunch of guys on this team haven't been on a 0-3 team. I know it sounds crazy but it's kind of exciting to go out there and see what we're made of," Paysinger said. "We have 13 more games and we can't hang our hats right now. We just have to go out there and pretty much have a rebirth."

Mundy: Giants have winning pedigree

Safety Ryan Mundy said the Giants have plenty of players who understand what it takes to win.

"Guys around here have a pedigree, we all come from winning high schools, winning college programs, we’ve had successful NFL careers, Super Bowl wins, so we know about energy, we know how to win games. It’s just time for us to go out and do it," Mundy said.

Around the Inter-Google

Yes, things for the Giants have reached the point where non-Giants fans are laughing at what is going on with Eli Manning and Co.

Steve Politi of the Star-Ledger says personnel, not pride, is the Giants' biggest issue. Following the same theme. New York Post columnist George Willis lays the mess the Giants are in at the feet of GM Jerry Reese. Paul Schwartz of the New York Post assigns blame to a number of places.

Ian O'Connor of ESPN New York wonders if the Giants are wasting the remaining years of Eli Manning's prime.

The Giants held a players-only "de-briefing" on Monday.

ESPN's Dan Graziano doesn't think the Giants are angry enough.

Brian Billick breaks down the Giants' issues in pass protection.

Gary Myers of the Daily News wonders if a poor season might convince Tom Coughlin to retire.

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