MP3: Rolle On WFAN: Even Though Playoffs Look Slim, Giants Are Playing For Pride

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Rolle On WFAN: Even Though Playoffs Look Slim, Giants Are Playing For Pride MP3

NEW YORK (WFAN) – Big Blue is in deep trouble. Following the Giants’ crushing 24-21 loss to the Cowboys on Sunday, their season is on life support. New York (4-7) is now two games behind the NFC East-leading Eagles and Cowboys with five games to play. Three of those games are on the road, and both the Seahawks and the Lions are on the docket. Is the playoff dream dead? [cbs-audio url="http://nyc... Source: newyork.cbslocal.com

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