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Giants Play For a Battered Region

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t was Thursday night, days after Hurricane Sandy’s devastating trip along the East Coast, and football was hardly on Tuck’s mind. Millions in the tri-state area were without electricity, others without homes, everyone desperate for gas.

Tuck wanted to do something, he just didn’t know what. So he sent out a tweet: “How should I help the victims help of #Sandy”

“Everybody was like ‘Win the game,’ ” Tuck said. “I take that very seriously.”

And thus a Giants team that always chases victories has one more reason to pound the Pittsburgh Steelers at MetLife Stadium on Sunday.

 

 

 

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