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Tale of the tape

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    Tale Of The Tape: New York Giants At Dallas Cowboys

    The Giants played much of the 2012 season as if they were still celebrating their Super Bowl win from the previous season. That’s not going to cut it this season. There’s little doubt that Eli Manning is an elite, big-game quarterback.

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    New York Jets’ Revolving QB Door: Mark Sanchez Vs. Brady Quinn

    After an unfortunate preseason injury to Jets starter Mark Sanchez, Gang Green brought in veteran journeyman Brady Quinn to round out their roster.

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    Tale Of The Tape: New England Patriots At Buffalo Bills

    The Patriots are almost certainly going to feel secure knowing they go into every game with Tom Brady at quarterback. His physical gifts are solid, but it’s his coach’s understanding of the gameplan that turns him into an assassin on the football field

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    Tale Of The Tape: Baltimore Ravens At Denver Broncos

    Joe Flacco becomes the hunted this year. A remarkable Super Bowl run last year started with a come-from-behind miracle in Denver. The Ravens became Flacco’s team in the process and that will become even more the case in 2013.

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    Tale Of The Tape: Green Bay Packers At San Francisco 49ers

    Aaron Rodgers has been the best quarterback in the NFL over the last four years, but he has had a rough offseason.

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    Tale Of The Tape: Arizona Cardinals At St. Louis Rams

    Does Bruce Arians know what he has gotten himself into with the Cardinals? His team is in the tough NFC West. He is banking on Carson Palmer giving the offense a lift, and that’s far from a sure thing.