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Morning Coffee, 12/12

Good morning, New York sports fans! It is a happy Monday for fans of both the New York Giants and New York Jets, each of whom would now be playoff teams if the NFL season ended today.

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NFL Week 14: Giants Prevail Over Cowboys, 37-34, In Lone Star State Thriller: The Giants overcame a 12-point deficit in the final 5:52 Sunday to earn a season-saving victory over the Dallas Cowboys. Jason Pierre-Paul blocked a potential game-tying field goal on Dallas' final play, securing the win. The Giants now lead the NFC East. See Big Blue View for more reaction.

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Mark Sanchez's Four Touchdowns Propels Jets To Dominating 37-10 Victory Over Chiefs: The Jets dominated Kansas City for their third straight victory. The 8-5 Jets now lead the race for the second AFC wild-card berth.

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Syracuse Basketball Could Be Ranked No. 1 After Routing George Washington, 85-50: The Orange might be the best in the land -- at least according to AP voters -- when the AP college basketball poll is released today.

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New Jersey Nets Rumors: Dwight Howard Requests Trade From Orlando Magic: The Nets will be serious bidders for Howard, as will the Los Angeles Lakers.

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Rangers 6, Panthers 1: Blueshirts Blast Panthers; Derek Stepan Scores Twice: This was an easy victory for the Rangers.

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