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Sunday, October 14th- 20:05
Week 6 :: NFL Regular Season 2012/2013
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Tom Coughlin and the New York Giants have seen the eye-popping numbers the San Francisco 49ers have put up recently.
And Coughlin believes that not many are giving the defending world champions a chance to win an NFC Championship Game rematch in San Francisco on Sunday.
"Nobody gives us a chance to win," Coughlin said when asked about how many consider the 49ers a favorite to win the NFC. "We'll see."
When asked to elaborate, Coughlin said, "I just sense it."
"Why do I think they feel that way? Probably because [people] think that the other team is playing very well," he said.
The Giants split with the 49ers in San Francisco last season, losing 27-20 in mid-November but winning in the playoffs when a trip to the Super Bowl was at stake -- 20-17 in overtime.
Some 49ers told the team's website that Sunday's game is no more important than any on their schedule this year.
"It's a new year," Coughlin said. "It's a new time. Two new teams. We earned everything we got last year."
Cornerback Tarell Brown told the 49ers' website that he's looking forward to the challenge of stopping Eli Manning and the Giants' receivers.
"It's always exciting to go against a Super Bowl MVP and the two-time Super Bowl champions," Brown said. "It's a positive. We look forward to it. They're going to game-plan us the same way we're going to game-plan them -- let's let the best man win on Sunday."
The 49ers (4-1) made improvements in the offseason, adding former Giants Mario Manningham and Brandon Jacobs as well as Randy Moss on offense. San Francisco has won its past two games, against the Jets and Bills, by a combined 79-3 score and owns the league's second-ranked defense and top-ranked rushing attack.
The Giants enter the game with the league's second-best offense. And like the Niners, who scored 45 points on Sunday, the Giants are coming off a 41-point outing in their win over Cleveland.
"You see it," Giants center and former 49ers player David Baas said of the big numbers San Francisco has put up. "But we scored 41 points too, so we are not going to think, 'whoa,' [and] like sit back there and think they're the almighty. You know what I mean? We know we have a good team, too. We know it is going to be a battle, and we got to get prepared."
Coughlin admits to playing the underdog card and using it as a motivational ploy for Week 6. He also repeatedly offered high praise of the 49ers.
"They are a good football team," Coughlin said. "They have played extremely well. They have got a lot of numbers. They are going to test you in a lot of categories. They want to run it. If you are going to play football with them, you are going to have to stop the run and run the ball. They are very good in their offensive and defensive lines."