'Must' Win Has Giants on Edge

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The Giants’ cold retreat from the M&T Bank Stadium field Sunday night was one of their lowest moments of the season. Still, quarterback Eli Manning can imagine feeling even lower.

"I can guarantee the worst feeling that we could possibly have," Manning said Monday, "is if we go out there, and don’t play at a high level, and all of those teams lose that we need to, and we don’t handle our business."

Manning referred to the only scenario by which the Giants can make the playoffs as a wild card: A Giants victory, coupled with a Cowboys loss or tie, a Vikings loss and a Bears loss.

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