Seats? Empty. Crowd Noise? Artificial. Giants? Still Bad.

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Under normal circumstances, MetLife Stadium in New Jersey would have been awash in the blues and reds worn by the home fans. But against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic, the Giants and Pittsburgh Steelers opened their seasons within the drab gray interior of the stadium.

There was a low hum of artificial crowd noise and music piped in to help recreate a semblance of a typical game. But the real sense of normalcy came from the outcome. The Giants, who had…

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