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Wilson Leads Giants' Eruption

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It could have been a huge swing day in the NFC East for the Giants, a swing that could have spun then from first place all the way down to third in the division they once thought they controlled.

As it turned out, status quo never looked so good for the Giants. They engaged in a wild back-and-forth scoring spree with the dangerous, mistake-prone Saints, taking a lead, watching it shrink and getting outrageous returns from rookie David Wilson, who enjoyed his NFL coming-out party in an exhausting, rain-filled and explosive 52-27 victory at soggy MetLife Stadium.

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