PHILADELPHIA — On back-to-back plays, Sterling Shepard thought he had scored a touchdown. The first play was overturned. The second one was never even reviewed. And on the play after each of those incomplete passes, the Giants were turned away on fourth down. “There’s plays you wish you had back,” Shepard said after the Giants...
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2013 - ANRP DOUBLE EAGLE ENERGY HOLDINGS, L.P.
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