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New York Giants news, 9/8: Getting you ready for Giants-Lions

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New York Giants headlines for Monday, 9/8.

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Good morning, New York Giants fans! Today is -- finally -- a regular-season game day for your Giants. You can find all of our Giants vs. Detroit Lions coverage on our Giants-Lions Hub Page. That currently includes all of our pre-game coverage, and will also feature in-game and post-game coverage. Let's get your morning started with a look around the Inter-Google at what others are saying.

Suh poses challenge for Giants' offensive line
"Suh is the guy who sticks out to most people but he's not the only guy we are concerned about," Giants guard John Jerry said. "They have a great front four. They've got guys who can stop the run and rush the passer, so we're definitely going to have to be on top of our game."

Giants leaning on title pedigree as they kick off 2014 | New York Post
It might have slipped in there or it might have been a subtle and calculated reminder. Either way, it seems Eli Manning, as he looks ahead, wants to make sure no one forgets where he has been and what he has done.

Giants’ New Tandem Eager to Prove Itself - NYTimes.com
What Eli Manning and his new offensive coordinator can or cannot achieve is the major subplot of the Giants’ first game of the year (and it may be the story of their season).

NY Giants ready to take field, prove doubters wrong in Week 1 vs. Lions - NY Daily News
They are not contenders, and they're in line for a second straight season of mediocrity. They've missed the playoffs four out of the last five years, and that out-of-nowhere Super Bowl run of 2011 was an aberration.

Does the Manning-Coughlin duo have one run left? | New York Post

Not since their first three years together, when Manning was just beginning the innocent climb to fleeting greatness and Coughlin was the unpopular Tyrannical Tom, have the two pillars of a proud franchise faced so many troubling issues and, particularly in Manning’s case, the drumbeat of "What have you done lately?"

Rough return home for former Giant Justin Tuck | New York Post
"It’s the Jets, so the whole stadium was green. [It was] just like any other away game,’’ said Tuck, who might watch his former team open Monday night in Detroit. "I’ll definitely tune in [in] some regards. Everybody thinks I root against them: I don’t. I’ve got a lot of friends over there, and will always have fond memories of me as a Giant. I’ll always root those guys well.’’

Lions vs. Giants keys to the game: Offense has to dictate tempo early | The Detroit News
Most eyes in Detroit and many across the United States will turn to the Lions at 7:10 Monday night. On 'Monday Night Football,' the Lions will have their first chance to prove that last year's 1-6 finish was a fluke and that they are indeed contenders and not pretenders.

Giants owner John Mara plans the next 10 years motivated by Super Bowls and a healthy fear of the past | NJ.com
How a young life as a lawyer in an unpredictable sect of the business provided the Giants owner with a different perspective from most.

Giants owner John Mara: Why changes needed to be made on the coaching staff | NJ.com
How does a team decide when it is time to make a change?