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Morning Coffee! Miracles Jets, Generous Giants

Good morning, New York sports fans! Here is your first look at the local sports scene on this Thanksgiving Week Monday.

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  • The Miracle Jets pulled out another victory, stunning the Houston Texans, 30-27, in the final seconds. As our Joe Caporoso writes, you just have to "shake your head and realize you are witnessing something special this year."
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  • The Generous Giants gave away another game Sunday, turning the ball over five times (and recovering two more of their own fumbles) in a 27-17 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. After the game an angry Tom Coughlin blated the "careless disregard for the football that's been going on for a year-and-a-half here." He right. The Giants rarely are beaten, they usually beat themselves. Just like Sunday night.
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  • The New York Islanders set a franchise record for futility Sunday night with a 2-1 overtime loss to Atlanta. The Islanders have lost 13 straight games.
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  • Terry Collins has been hired to manage the New York Mets. Most likely that means there will be a little more volatility from the manager than there was with often comatose-looking Jerry Manuel.
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