By Brad Kallet
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The Giants’ season is over.

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Well, that’s not exactly true. Yes, they’ve been eliminated from playoff contention, but they have one more game on the schedule. Big Blue will wrap up its disappointing season on Sunday against the Eagles at MetLife Stadium.

New York (6-9) will finish with a losing record for the third consecutive season, and will miss the postseason for the fourth straight time.

So let’s look towards 2016, shall we?

The Giants will likely look much different next season — will head coach Tom Coughlin and general manager Jerry Reese be back? — and the pressure will be on to turn things around.

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So which teams will stand in their way?

Of course, the Giants will play their NFC East rivals — the Eagles, Redskins and Cowboys — twice, both home and on the road.

The rest of the home schedule includes games against the Bears, Lions, Ravens, Bengals and either the Buccaneers, Falcons or Saints.

New York will travel to Lambeau Field to take on the Packers, Minnesota to take on the Vikings, FirstEnergy Stadium to take on the Browns, Pittsburgh to take on the Steelers and either Seattle to take on the Seahawks or London to meet the Rams.

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If the Giants lose to the Eagles on Sunday, they will travel to London on Oct. 23 to face St. Louis in Week 7. If they win, they will play the Seahawks at CenturyLink Field and host the Falcons at MetLife.