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What corrections needed?

In a back-and-forth game on Sunday, the Giants battled back from a 12-point deficit in the second half to regain the lead in the third quarter against the Eagles. With momentum on their side, the Giants were looking to grab their first win of the season before Philadelphia scored 17 unanswered points and New York threw three interceptions in the fourth quarter.

With four total turnovers in the game, the Giants fell to 0-5 as they lost to their NFC East rivals 36-21.

"Twenty-two to twenty-one and it's a good football game," Giants coach Tom Coughlin said. "We just started the third quarter and there's no reason to believe that we can't continue that kind of play. Then the turnovers started to come. That gave them the short field and easy scores. It was very demoralizing for the sideline. The guys did a good job of trying to stay up, but we created a situation for ourselves."

That leads us to our Morning Debate:

What is the main thing the Giants need to correct from their 0-5 start?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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