‘They all stink to me!’ – Ryan Clark can’t predict the NFC East champion this season | Get Up

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Rex Ryan, Dan Orlovsky and Rex Ryan discuss the New York Giants being in first place in the NFC East with a 4-7 record following a Week 12 win against the Cincinnati Bengals. #GetUp #NFL

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