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Eli Manning and Co. are ready to gear up for a run at their third Super Bowl championship in eight years, and New York Giants tickets are your chance to take in the exciting National Football League action. Coach Tom Coughlin's crew is poised to bounce back from a disappointing season and take out their frustrations on visiting teams, and you'll need MetLife Stadium tickets to make sure you don't miss this exciting team. Manning has a wealth of exciting offensive players surrounding him including electrifying receiver Victor Cruz and first-round pick Odell Beckham Jr., as well as the free-agent acquisition Rashad Jennings joining speedy David Wilson and rookie Andre Williams in the backfield. The Giants' recharged defense will be ready to make life miserable for opposing quarterbacks with Mathias Kiwanuka and Jason Pierre-Paul providing the pressure and Antrel Rolle and offseason signee Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie waiting to wreak havoc in the secondary. The NFC East is loaded with great traditional rivalries, meaning MetLife Stadium seats are the place to be to see the Washington Redskins, Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys when they visit for key divisional clashes. Some of the NFC's top powers also pass through MetLife Stadium in 2014, with the Atlanta Falcons visiting in Week 5 and the San Francisco 49ers coming in Week 11, so you'll want to make sure you have New York Giants tickets for these blockbuster showdowns. The Giants also welcome the Arizona Cardinals, Houston Texans and Indianapolis Colts to the Big Apple this season, so grab your MetLife Stadium tickets now to see some of the NFL's biggest stars in action. Some of the visiting stars who will take on the Giants include Colin Kaepernick, Michael Crabtree, Matt Ryan, Julio Jones, Andre Johnson, Arian Foster, Larry Fitzgerald and Andrew Luck, and you'll be able to see them all from your MetLife Stadium seats. Big Blue is ready for a return to glory in 2014, and you see all the action up close and personal with New York Giants tickets for any or all home games at MetLife Stadium. 

New York Giants Tickets

New York Giants tickets are your chance to see this well-run franchise gun for a third Super Bowl trophy under the magnificent tandem of coach Tom Coughlin and quarterback Eli Manning. Buy Giants tickets now and enjoy all the excitement of smash-mouth NFL football at MetLife Stadium. With the Super Bowl slated to be played at MetLife in February, the Giants could be the first team in history to “host” the biggest game on earth.

The Giants’ franchise was established in 1925, and it has been synonymous with success ever since. Buy New York Giants tickets online and join a tradition that includes eight league championships, 11 conference titles, 16 division crowns and an impressive 31 playoff appearances. Four of the Giants’ league titles were Super Bowl victories, the most recent coming in 2011 in a thriller over the Patriots.

The New York Giants’ schedule could be the most entertaining in football. Robert Griffin III and the Redskins, Tony Romo and the Cowboys, and Michael Vick and the Eagles will visit MetLife Stadium for pivotal NFC East showdowns. The Giants also play host to Denver in a matchup of Manning brothers. Adrian Peterson and the Vikings come to town, as well as Aaron Rodgers and the Packers and Russell Wilson with the Seahawks.

The Giants finished 9-7 last season and surprisingly missed the postseason. But they’re well-primed to return to the playoffs now that wideout Hakeem Nicks is healthy and the return of stars like Manning, wideout Victor Cruz, guard Chris Snee and defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul. The Giants let running back Ahmad Bradshaw go in the offseason, but they are set at the position with David Wilson and Andre Brown ready to carry the load. Buy Giants tickets online and see Manning build upon a season in which he threw for 3,948 yards with 26 touchdowns and 15 interceptions. Manning had gone over 4,000 passing yards the previous three seasons, and is a good bet to do so in 2013.

Buy New York Giants tickets and support a franchise that exudes class in everything it does. Coughlin sets the tone, and the players believe in him. Get your New York Giants tickets now!

in 2011-2012 the Giants have finally made it to the Super Bowl again. Giants championship football is back! The NFL's Giant team is backed by a bone crushing defensive line and surprising wide receivers like the uber athletic Victor Cruz. The Giants will meet the Patriots in the Super Bowl this year in Indianapolis, Indiana in long anticipated rematch of their 2007 exciting victory where the famous on the head David Tyree catch was made! Get Giants Super Bowl tickets now at ABC tickets above!

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New York Giants tickets are going fast for several reasons, including the opening of the team’s beautiful new stadium in the Meadowlands. There’s a major buzz surrounding the Giants’ 2010 season.
Quarterback Eli Manning, one of the heroes of the Giants’ stunning upset of the New England Patriots in the 2008 Super Bowl, is ready to lead the G-men back to the top of the NFC East after an 8-8 season.
Manning has found a favorite target in precise route runner Steve Smith, who caught an astonishing 107 passes for 1,220 yards and seven touchdowns in 2009. New York Giants tickets are your chance to see this combo torch opposing defenses. Youngsters Mario Manningham and Hakeem Nicks also are maturing into bigtime receivers, giving Manning a wealth of options. Running back Brandon Jacobs returns to punish defenses with his bulldozing style.
Defensively, linebacker Michael Boley leads a fast unit that disrupts everyone it faces. Justin Tuck is a force up front. He had six sacks and five forced fumbles last year.
Coach Tom Coughlin will again inspire the Giants to play with unmatched passion. The old-school coach is 8-6 in the postseason and is one of just six active coaches with a Super Bowl championship.
There’s nothing like NFC East football, and New York Giants tickets are your chance to see it up close. Watch as the Giants battle the Dallas Cowboys (Nov. 14), the Washington Redskins (Dec. 5) and the Philadelphia Eagles (Dec. 19). The Giants also will host some of the NFL’s most intriguing matchups, starting with a visit by the Carolina Panthers on Sept. 12.
New York Giants tickets are your opportunity to be a part of a rich tradition that dates to 1925. Playing in a state-of-the-art stadium they’ll share with the New York Jets, the Giants will add to a legacy that includes seven league championships, three of which were Super Bowl victories.
The Giants started a perfect 5-0 last season and are primed for another fast start in 2010. The offense is explosive, the defense has been retooled, and the intimidating Coughlin is breathing fire. Get your New York Giants tickets now!

2008 New York Giants Tickets Take Off

New York Giants tickets in 2008 are a prime example of what happens when a team brings home a Super Bowl. Since Eli Manning and crew hoisted the Lombardi Trophy there has been an unprecedented swell of support for the formerly maligned franchise. Now New York Giants tickets are more in demand than oil, and Big Apple football fans are swearing a lifelong allegiance to their club. But here comes the tough part: Can 2008 New York Giants tickets come close to matching the excitement and production of the 2007 version? Everyone knows that winning two Super Bowls in a row is a rare feat in the NFL. Latch on to your 2008 New York Giants tickets and see the whole crew in blue attack the biggest obstacle in the NFL: Back to Back Super Bowls.

The Greatest Giants Tickets Ever?

2007 has to stand out as one of the best seasons to hold Giants tickets in the long history of the franchise. Prior to starting the season there were huge question marks surrounding the whole franchise. Foremost in everyone’s mind was whether or not Eli Manning could live up to the legacy and deliver the Giants ticket to the Super Bowl. Peyton’s younger brother rose to the occasion with class. Passing for over 3,000 yards and 23 touchdowns, Eli Manning proved he can come through in the clutch. Should anyone forget it, remind them of Manning’s scramble and toss to wide receiver David Tyree; Immaculate reception, indeed. While Giants ticket holders were calling for the head of Tom Coughlin during the season, they can’t get enough of him now. Coughlin skated the edge for the last few seasons in fact, but with the biggest win in franchise history on his record he’ll be around for a few more years. So will a few more pillars of the Giants championship team. Michael Strahan, who considered retirement before 2007, now looks to be in a New York Giants uniform again. Running back Brandon Jacobs notched his first 1,000-yard season and wide receiver Plaxico Burress returns after leading the team with 70 catches.

It’s looking like rose for New York Giants tickets in 2008. Once again the Giants will have to battle their way through the tough NFC East where the Dallas Cowboys lie in wait and the Philadelphia Eagles have been down long enough to be a surprise threat again. But that only makes it sweeter for fans fortunate enough to have Giants tickets. Catch the flavor of success with 2008 New York Giants tickets from ABCTickets.com.


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Top 10 Reasons to Buy 2007 New York Giants Tickets

10. Mind Erasers: No, not the cocktail, but 2007 New York Giants tickets will help erase the frustrating memories of 2006 New York Giants tickets.

9. Brandon Jacobs: The G-Men said goodbye to future NFL Hall of Fame running back Tiki Barber in 2006. After taking a pounding the past several seasons as the Giants' featured weapon, the charismatic Barber decided to save his body from further beating. He traded in football for television.
Brandon Jacobs, a more physical runner than the shifty Barber, steps in to the starting role. Jacobs had been a potent short-yardage weapon for the Giants, but it will be interesting to see how he handles the pressure of being the guy.

8. Bye-bye to Camp Coughlin? Most Giants ticket holders thought head coach Tom Coughlin would be let go after last year's collapse. But he was given a reprieve and will be back on the sidelines of Giants Stadium again this season.
If Coughlin fails to punch the Giants ticket to the playoffs this season, it's unlikely he'll receive another chance.
Buy 2007 New York Giants tickets and come to Giants Stadium to voice your opinion on whether Coughlin should come or go.

7. Eli - all grown up? He better be. Giants fans are starting to get frustrated with the former No. 1 overall draft pick. It's time for Peyton's little brother to make a name for himself by punching the Giants ticket to the Super Bowl.

6. Jeremy Shockey: All-Pro tight end Jeremy Shockey isn't going to stay quiet all season. Shockingly, he loves to speak his mind about his team's success or ails. Keep your ears open for 2007 New York Giants tickets, and make sure to listen for the next shocking thing to come out of Shockey's mouth.

5. The Plastic Man: All-Pro wide receiver Plaxico Burress has become a human-highlight reel. Just throw it up, and the Plastic Man will grab it.

4. Sunday in the Meadowlands: There's something in the air, walking around New York with your 2007 New York Giants tickets in your hand. That something is Football Fever, and you'll be suffering all season long unless you buy 2007 New York Giants tickets.

3. 2007 New York Giants schedule: From the opening showdown at Dallas to the regular-season finale against the New England Patriots, ABCTickets.com is your source for 2007 New York Giants football tickets.

2. The Sack Man: What sack-celebration will Michael Strahan put on display this year? Last year, it was mimicking a jump-shot. Who knows what this fearsome pass rusher will come with this year?

1. They're close: 2007 New York Giants tickets certainly have a chance to deliver a trip deep into the NFL Playoffs. The Giants have the talent. It's just a matter of it all coming together. This year could be the Giants' year!
 

The New York Giants are hitting the field at Giants Stadium once again this year. You can be front and center for all the action by reserving your New York Giants tickets from ABCTickets.com. Whether the NY Giants are squaring off against division rivals the Dallas Cowboys, the Philadelphia Eagles, the Washington Redskins, or any of the other great NFL Teams, ABCTickets.com can help you get a seat to see the teams that you love the most.

The Giants recent success in winning the NFC East Division during the 2005 season has been in large part because of superstar players, Eli Manning, Plaxico Burress and Tiki Barber. But success is not new to this storied franchise. The Giants have had a winning history for a long time that includes 13 division championships, nine conference championships, four NFL championships and two Super Bowl titles. Last year may have been a division winning season, but the NY Giants were not satisfied with being knocked out of the playoffs and this year’s team goal is to improve even more to make yet another Super Bowl appearance, this time bringing the Vince Lombardi Trophy back to New York.

The other key to the Giants’ resurgence has been head coach Tom Coughlin. Coughlin is the 16th head coach for the Giants and his arrival helped to turn around a team with a losing record into a team that won its division and returned to the NFL Playoffs after a three-year drought. Coughlin helped develop quarterback Eli Manning by having the confidence to start him over veteran Kurt Warner. Although Manning’s first season was marked by more losses than wins, he was able to rebound to an 11-5 record with the support of Coughlin. Tiki Barber, the Giants running back, has been featured more in the Giants offense and has also been less prone to fumbles, all of which he credits to coach Coughlin.

With the success and long history of the G-Men, it is no mystery why NFL football fans from everywhere are snatching up all the New York Giants tickets that can be found, Get a seat now, before they are all gone.
 


 

New York Giants NFL Playoff Tickets

Giants NFL Playoff tickets may have just fallen into the laps of New York football fans but there’s reason for hope. True, the Giants suffered through a season of turmoil and trouble but they are in the NFL Playoffs as a Wild Card and in the NFC in 2006, just getting there is enough to kick the door open on NFC Championship tickets and a Super Bowl.

The Giants came out hot, posting a 6-2 record and looking like the class of the NFC East. After opening at 1-2, and with experts sounding the death knell on their season, New York ripped off five straight, with wins over Washington, Dallas, the Falcons, the Buccaneers, and Houston. Suddenly, the sun was shining in the Big Apple. It wouldn’t last long. The Giants fell and fell hard in the last half of the season, losing six of their last eight, including a crucial 23-20 loss to Dallas at home and a 30-7 blowout by the New Orleans Saints in Tiki Barber’s last home game. Desperately needing a win to earn their NFL Playoff tickets though, the Giants fell back on Barber in the season finale at Washington. He responded with a career best day, rushing for 234 yards and three touchdowns and reviving the Giants Super Bowl hopes. Yes, the Giants are in the playoffs and NFC Championship tickets, along with Super Bowl tickets, are there for the taking in an NFC that is considered average at best.

Can the Giants Earn Super Bowl Tickets?

If there was ever a chance for the Giants to pocket NFC Championship tickets and Super Bowl tickets it’s now. The NFC is a model of mediocrity and nobody can deny that New York has the talent. The real question is whether Tom Coughlin can get his team firing on all cylinders and playing consistently. Eli Manning hasn’t had a great season but he has had some solid games. Tiki Barber has shown that his retirement campaign is premature and he’s one of the best running backs in the NFL. Plaxico Burress is a premiere deep threat with 10 touchdowns and is a whisker away from a 1,000 yard year. But if the Giants want to make the most of their NFL Playoff tickets, they’ll need to find a way to reinvigorate a defense that sorely misses Michael Strahan and can’t seem to put the lid on the oppositions running game.

THIS PAST WEEK'S NEW YORK GIANTS TICKETS
NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (9-5) AT NEW YORK GIANTS (7-7) TICKETS
1 p.m. Sunday
The Meadowlands

Amazingly, the Giants have lost five of their last six but still have a chance to make the playoffs. This is a hard team to figure out. Eli Manning just can't seem to put it together on a weekly basis and the defense still gives up too many big plays. The bad news for New York is that the Saints are coming off their worst game of the season against Washington and will be trying to get on a roll before playoff time. When the new Orleans offense is clicking, and we think it will be, the Saints are just a better, r at least more consistent team, than the Giants.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New Orleans Saints 24, New York Giants 20 17
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 116-67)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Expect big dose of Tiki Barber against a weak Saints run defense.

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THIS PAST WEEK'S NEW YORK GIANTS (7-8) TICKETS
NEW YORK GIANTS (7-8) TICKETS AT WASHINGTON REDSKINS (5-10)
8 p.m. Saturday
FedEx Field

Let’s just say this is a must win for the Giants. New York is still in a hunt for a playoff spot if the stars fall into the right alignment. But more importantly the Giants players and coaches are now fighting for their jobs. Another lackluster performance like the one last week against the Saints could spell the end of the Coughlin regime. After watching the heartless efforts of New York over the last few games, it’s hard to see this Giants team finding a groove this late in the season.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Washington Redskins 24, New York Giants 17
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 125-74)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Tiki Barber is the only reliable guy on the New York Giants roster.

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PAST WEEK'S NEW YORK GIANTS TICKETS
NEW YORK GIANTS (6-6) AT CAROLINA PANTHERS (6-5) TICKETS
1 pm, Sunday
Bank of America Stadium

After losing four straight most New York fans are ready to write the Giants off for another year and bitch about Manning being a flop. But don’t get too hasty. The Giants defense is to blame for the loss against the Cowboys. Against Carolina they’ll have an easier time. Reining in Steve Smith is their biggest worry. The Panthers have been erratic at best and are vulnerable to a good running game. More importantly, the Giants know that one more loss would just about put the kiss of death on their season. Carolina is trailing the Saints but still in the thick of the picture for the NFC Wild Card spot. Advantage Giants.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New York Giants 23, Carolina Panthers 20
(Last Week: 10-6/Season 107-60)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Giants QB Eli Manning is back in form(Last week: Manning – 24 of 36, 270 yards, 2 TD’s)

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PAST WEEK'S NEW YORK GIANTS TICKETS
DALLAS COWBOYS (7-4) at NEW YORK GIANTS (6-5)TICKETS
4:15 p.m., Sunday
Giants Stadium

Don’t write off the New York Giants yet. Yes, Eli Manning is struggling; and, yes, the Giants are riddled with injuries. But Tom Coughlin’s club is tough-minded and won’t go down without a fight. If they could pull off the upset of the Cowboys, they’ll improved to 7-5 and take control of the NFL East Division. Rember, don’t write off the Giants yet.
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New York Giants 34, Dallas Cowboys 31
(Last Week: 10-6/Season 107-60)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: New York QB Eli Manning is due for a big week.. (Last week: Manning — 18-28, 143 yards, 1 TD, 2 INTs)

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PAST WEEK'S NEW YORK GIANTS (6-4) TICKETS
NEW YORK GIANTS (6-4) at TENNESSEE TITANS (3-7) TICKETS
4:15 p.m., Sunday
The Coliseum

Now, after a rash of injuries, the Giants are reeling at 6-4 and have lost three straight. A lot of the criticism has fallen on the shoulders of quarterback Eli Manning. But it’s hard to blame the young signal caller for all the Giants woes. They’re without seven starters. But the Tennessee defense has been a cure for a lot of struggling offenses. Will the Giants get back on track Sunday? Absolutely.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New York 28, Tennessee 21
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: New York running back Tiki Barber (Last week: Barber 21 carriers, 81 yards)

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PAST WEEK'S NEW YORK GIANTS TICKETS
NEW YORK GIANTS (6-3) AT JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS (5-4) TICKETS
8:30 pm, Monday
Alltel Stadium

Just a week ago, NFL experts were saying the Giants were Super Bowl contenders. That’s before the Bears blew into the Meadowlands and disposed of the Giants. To make things worse, the Giants have been bitten by the injury bug and will be without numerous starters when they head into Jacksonville on Monday Night. It won’t matter.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New York Giants 20, Jacksonville Jaguars 13
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Giants running back Tiki Barber (Last week: Barber — 19 carries, 141 yards, 0 TD)

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PAST WEEK'S NEW YORK GIANTS TICKETS
CHICAGO BEARS (7-1) AT NEW YORK GIANTS (6-2) TICKETS
8:00 p.m., Sunday
Giants Stadium at the Meadowlands

The New York Giants are in position to take control of the NFC East with a win over the Bears. If they can beat the Bears they deserve it. It’s not out of the question either. New York is playing well and Chicago has shown a tendency to be their own worst enemy. At 6-2 the Giants have some breathing room here over their divisional rivals but Eli Manning and company know that the season is entering the home stretch. Can they beat a PO’d Bears team? We don’t think so but it’s gonna be close.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Chicago Bears 20, New York Giants 17
(Last Week: 9-4/Season 82-47)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Expect big things from New York's big TE Jeremy Shockey again. (Last Week: Jeremy Shockey, 8 catches for 66 yards, 1 TD)

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PAST WEEK'S NEW YORK GIANTS TICKETS
NEW YORK GIANTS (5-2) VS HOUSTON TEXANS (2-5) TICKETS
1:00 p.m., Sunday
Giants Stadium at the Meadowlands

They struggled at first, but the New York Giants are on fire. Tiki Barber may be in his last season, but he's certainly not running like an old running back. He leads the NFL in rushing, and the Giants record reflects that. This week they face the struggling Houston Texans at home. They held Tampa Bay's running game in check last week, and should have no problem against the Texans struggling offense. Plaxico Burress and Jeremy Shockey have developed a great chemistry with Eli Manning and keep hauling in touchdown passes from their young QB. The Texans weak defense doesn't stand a chance against the high flying Giants. It should be a great day for New York fans in the Meadowlands as the Giants look to further their lead in the NFC East.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New York Giants 34, Houston Texans 23
(Last Week: 8-5/Season 73-43)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Expect big things from New York's big TE Jeremy Shockey. (Last Week: Tiki Barber, 26 carries for 68 yards )

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PAST WEEK'S NEW YORK GIANTS TICKETS
NEW YORK GIANTS (4-2) VS. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (2-4) TICKETS
1:00 p.m., Sunday
Giants Stadium at the Meadowlands

The NFC East is by far the toughest division in football these days.  The Giants may be on top now, but they can't sit back and relax just yet.  Expect the Giants to come out with everything they've got against the rising Tampa Bay Buccaneers.  The Bucs may have won their last two games, but the Giants defense has been reborn since the bye, and rookie QB Bruce Gradkowski is going to pay.  With QB Eli Manning leading the one of the most talented offenses in the NFC, the Bucs don't stand much of a chance, and the Giants will move further ahead in the standings.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New York Giants 21, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 10
(Last Week: 5-8/Season 65-39)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: RB Tiki Barber isn't retired yet, don't leave him on your bench.  (Last Week: Eli Manning - 12 of 26 for 189 yards, 2 TDs, 1 Int)

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THIS PAST WEEK'S NEW YORK GIANTS TICKETS
NEW YORK GIANTS (3-2) TICKETS AT DALLAS COWBOYS
8:00 p.m., Monday
Texas Stadium

The New York Giants seem to have found their stride. Eli Manning may struggle early but the Giants just keep plugging away. It helps that the defense has suddenly arrived. The Giants D held Michael Vick well in check last week, sacking him seven times. Although Atlanta rushed for over 200 yards, New York stiffened when it had to and kept themselves in the game. Now the Giants are butting heads with their greatest rival, the Dallas Cowboys. They'll need another great effort from the defense to stop the Cowboys.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Dallas Cowboys 28, New York Giants 17
(Last Week: 8-5/Season 60-31)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Giants quarterback Eli Manning (Last Week: Eli Manning- 17 of 30, 180 yards, 2 TD's)

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PAST WEEK'S NEW YORK GIANTS TICKETS
New York Giants at Seattle Seahawks
1 p.m., Sunday
Qwest Field
After last week's thrilling comeback victory over Philadelphia, the Giants will be riding high when they visit the defending NFC Champion Seahawks. Manning led a heroic charge against the Eagles, rallying the G-Men from a 17-point deficit. His perfect lob to Plaxico Burress in overtime energized the Big Apple. But Manning and company will have to be at their best again this week when they face a stingy Seahawk defense.
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Seattle 34, New York 27
(Last week: 13-3/Season: 33-9)
Fantasy football ticket to victory: Giants' running back Tiki Barber. (Last week: Eli Manning - 31-41, 371 yards, 3 TD, 1 INT)
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