Giants Look to Get Right in Cincy

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It didn’t take long for the panic to begin swirling. The truth is, it never does. One loss by the Giants last Sunday set off alarm bells inside and outside of their practice facility.

It didn’t even matter that the loss followed four wins in a row.

The defending Super Bowl champions may still be sitting pretty after losing a non-conference game to the Pittsburgh Steelers last week. And they may still have a commanding 2½-game lead in the NFC East after all four division teams lost last weekend.

But all the Giants could think about this week was what Tom Coughlin admitted was a “soft” performance by his defense, and an offensive slump that even offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride admitted was “jarring.” A team that looked like it was gaining...

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