Eli, Giants End Slump in a Big Way

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Tom Coughlin came back from the bye week saying, as politely as he could, that he was getting sick of having to answer queries about November swoons, slumping quarterbacks and defensive miscommunications. He said he'd rather just address those issues with a convincing win, a complete team effort.

Any more questions?

The Giants looked refreshed, refocused and maybe even ready to repeat in a 38-10 blowout of the Packers on Sunday night at MetLife Stadium. 

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