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Giants wide receiver Rueben Randle celebrates with teammate (Credit: AP)

Giants wide receiver Rueben Randle celebrates with teammate Victor Cruz (80) after scoring a touchdown during the first half. (Dec. 30, 2012)

Giants 42, Eagles 7

The Giants beat the Eagles, 42-7, but were eliminated from the playoffs. (Dec. 30, 2012)

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Jeremy Maclin catches a
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Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Jeremy Maclin catches a pass for a touchdown as Giants cornerback Prince Amukamara defends during the first half. (Dec. 30, 2012)

Students from Sandy Hook Elementary School send a
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Students from Sandy Hook Elementary School send a message before the game between the New York Giants and the Philadelphia Eagles at MetLife Stadium. (Dec. 30, 2012)

David Wilson celebrates his touchdown in the first
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David Wilson celebrates his touchdown in the first half against the Philadelphia Eagles with a back flip. (Dec. 30, 2012)

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David Wilson celebrates his touchdown in the first
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David Wilson celebrates his touchdown in the first half against the Philadelphia Eagles with a back flip at MetLife Stadium. (Dec. 30, 2012)

David Wilson celebrates his touchdown in the first
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David Wilson celebrates his touchdown in the first half against the Philadelphia Eagles with a back flip. (Dec. 30, 2012)

Giants running back David Wilson flips while celebrating
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Giants running back David Wilson flips while celebrating a touchdown during the first half. (Dec. 30, 2012)

Giants wide receiver Rueben Randle dives for a
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Giants wide receiver Rueben Randle dives for a touchdown as Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha tackles him during the first half. (Dec. 30, 2012)

Giants running back David Wilson flips while celebrating
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Giants running back David Wilson flips while celebrating a touchdown during the first half. (Dec. 30, 2012)

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Families from Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown,
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Families from Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. are on the field before the game between the Giants and the Philadelphia Eagles at MetLife Stadium. (Dec. 30, 2012)

Martellus Bennett of the New York Giants greets
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Martellus Bennett of the New York Giants greets families from Newtown, Conn., before a game against the Philadelphia Eagles at MetLife Stadium. (Dec. 30, 2012)

Giants wide receiver Rueben Randle catches a pass
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Giants wide receiver Rueben Randle catches a pass as Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha defends during the first half. (Dec. 30, 2012)

Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw is tackled by
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Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw is tackled by Philadelphia Eagles free safety Kurt Coleman and Colt Anderson during the first half. (Dec. 30, 2012)

Giants wide receiver Rueben Randle celebrates with teammate
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Giants wide receiver Rueben Randle celebrates with teammate Victor Cruz (80) after scoring a touchdown during the first half. (Dec. 30, 2012)

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Giants wide receiver Jerrel Jernigan (12), Spencer Paysinger
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Giants wide receiver Jerrel Jernigan (12), Spencer Paysinger (52) and Domenik Hixon (87) greet teachers, parents and students from Sandy Hook Elementary School. (Dec. 30, 2012)

Teachers, parents, and students from Sandy Hook Elementary
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Teachers, parents, and students from Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., take part in ceremonies before Sunday's game between the Giants and the Philadelphia Eagles at MetLife Stadium. (Dec. 30, 2012)

Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy stiff-arms New
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Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy stiff-arms New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul during the first half. (Dec. 30, 2012)

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