Paul Schwartz: Studying all the variables, examining the roster and surveying all the data as I…
The Giants must avoid complacency. They must be wary of injury and overconfidence and of expecting rather than striving. Internal problems may arise and compromise their ability to build on the tremendous strides they made last season, when for week after week they were the highest-scoring team in the NFL. With all their key components back, the Giants have continuity on their side, talent in abundance and weapons of every shape and size. Unless self-destructive tendencies arise, the 2006 attack should be all-systems-go. "I love the accumulation of talent we have'' said Tiki Barber, one of the prize possessions in the Giants' treasure chest. "We're hard-pressed to find where our weaknesses are, and that's a good feeling. "We all realize we have to work and continue to prepare and find subtle ways to get better. As good as we were last year we didn't amount to anything. We have to put our eyes on the ultimate prize. That's where good coaching and leadership from veterans comes in...
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