PHOTOS: 2012 TOP HOME MOMENTS](http://www.giants.com/media-vault/photo-gallery/Best-of-2012-Top-Moments/bba5b36a-fa0b-468f-8997-e44ff6b58a1a) MICHAEL EISEN: Sorry, but I don't see that happening. "Better" means a 7-1 or 8-0 home record. The Giants haven't been unbeaten at home since 1986. And in the previous 22 seasons (1991-2012) they were 7-1 just twice – in 2005 and 2008. The Giants have a difficult home schedule that includes five 2012 playoff teams, plus NFC East rivals Philadelphia and Dallas. Going 7-1 or better at home will be very difficult.
DAN SALOMONE: Regardless of the schedule, it's tough for any team in the NFL to go 7-1 or run the table at home. But as far as 2013, the Giants host four playoff teams from last season in addition to the NFC East slate, which includes the reigning division champion Washington Redskins at home in the final week. A repeat 6-2 home record would set them up nicely for a potential playoff berth.
20 QUESTIONS IN 20 DAYS ARCHIVE
Question 8: Sacks vs. INTs
Question 9: Starting Linebackers
Question 10: Turnover battle
Question 11: Team Captains
Question 12: Running back stats
Question 13: TE Myers' role?
Question 14: Thomas' position in '13
Question 15: Who will be 3rd safety?
Question 16: Debating touchdown totals
Question 17: Two kickers on roster?
Question 18: More 3-WR sets in 2013?
Question 19: Toughest Opponent in 2013?
Question 20: Best Position Camp Battle?[