Seahawks will face foe playing for pride, Coughlin says
SEATTLE -- The ultimate dream for an NFL team, playing and winning a Super Bowl in its home stadium, officially ended for the New York Giants over the weekend. Realistically, an 0-6 start had already taken the suspense out of their eventual playoff elimination, which came after Sunday's road loss in San Diego, and Super Bowl story lines have long since shifted to this week's opponent, the NFC-leading Seattle Seahawks. But nestled in the Giants' disappointment amid a lost year is a dangerous team that has won five of its last seven games fueled by a sense of "great pride," according to coach Tom Coughlin. "We represent a great franchise, a historic franchise, a franchise that was there ...