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Scouting report: Giants' weak spot is the secondary

8:42 PM, Nov. 20, 2012
The New York Giants' weakest spot is the secondary, including cornerbacks Prince Amukamara, top, and Corey Webster, neither of whom defends well in the open field.
The New York Giants' weakest spot is the secondary, including cornerbacks Prince Amukamara, top, and Corey Webster, neither of whom defends well in the open field.
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The Green Bay Packers (7-3) have a five-game winning streak going into their game on Sunday night at the New York Giants (6-4), who are coming off their bye. A scouting report on the Giants based on interviews with NFL coaches and scouts:Rushing offense

Offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride's roots are in the run-and-shoot passing game, though he's adjusted his scheme for coach Tom Coughlin to allow for more use of the tight end and power running game. The Giants are tied for No. 7 in the NFL in points, tied for No. 11 in yards, are No. 13 in rushing yards and No. 8 in yards per carry.

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