New York Giants 2012 Schedule Leaked Early

While the rest of the NFL awaits the release of the 2012 schedule on Tuesday night, New York Giants fans can see the entire thing already. Mike Garafolo of the Newark Star-Ledger has a copy of the Giants' complete 2012 schedule. It won't officially be released until 7 p.m. (ET) on Tuesday night.

We already knew the Giants would be opening the season against the Dallas Cowboys. The notable prime-time game is against the Carolina Panthers on the NFL's new Thursday Night Football schedule in Week 3. This list also doesn't include any exact dates or times.

The final month of the season looks to be a killer, as the Giants play the Saints, at the Falcons, at the Ravens and then come home for the division-rival Eagles.

Here's the full schedule, via the Newark Star-Ledger:

Week 1 - vs. Dallas Cowboys (Wed, Sept. 5)

Week 2 - vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Week 3 - at Carolina Panthers (Thursday)

Week 4 - at Philadelphia Eagles

Week 5 - vs. Cleveland Browns

Week 6 - at San Francisco 49ers

Week 7 - vs. Washington Redskins

Week 8 - at Dallas Cowboys

Week 9 - vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

Week 10 - at Cincinnati Bengals

Week 11 - BYE (Nov. 18)

Week 12 - vs. Green Bay Packers

Week 13 - at Washington Redskins

Week 14 - vs. New Orleans Saints

Week 15 - at Atlanta Falcons

Week 16 - at Baltimore Ravens

Week 17 - vs. Philadelphia Eagles

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