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Why These OTAs Are Important to the Giants

Published by on May 28, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NFL

The OTA's (Organized Team Activities) is the official start of the NFL season. They may not seem that important, but fans having to suffer through the NBA and NHL playoffs—and the mid-season "blahs" of baseball's long regular season—have nothing but high expectations for their favorite NFL team.

The New York Giants have high expectations going into the 2009 season after a lackluster effort in the playoffs against the Philadelphia Eagles. Throughout the entire 2008 season the Giants were considered favorites to repeat as Super Bowl champions. Once "Cheddar Bob," better known as Plaxico Burress, decided to take the "fun 'n gun" offense to a whole new level, the Giants season went down the drain.

Now with Bu...

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