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5 Takeaways from the Hall of Fame Game

The New York Giants got a great start to their season on Sunday night. Big Blue defeated the Buffalo Bills 17-13 in the annual Pro Football Hall of Fame game, to win its first preseason game. Here are five important things the Giants and Big Blue fans learned from Sunday night Hall of Fame Game.

1. Giants resurgent ground game The Giants running attack is going to be better this season. Rookie Andre Williams had a great night carrying the football, running for 48 yards on seven carries, which included a touchdown. In addition, both starters Rashad Jennings and Peyton Hillis had some good runs throughout the game as well. Even without David Wilson, who has now retired from the game of...

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