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Archive for September, 2013

Two articles on the Giants run defense: almost there or not even close?

Wednesday, September 18th, 2013

In this article, Will Beatty says the Giants offensive line is to blame for the running game’s miserable production through the first two games of 2013. But there’s hope. As Eli manning puts it: “It’s not like everybody is just messing up and we’re getting out-physicaled,” Manning said. “We are very close. We’ve just got to get it where everybody on every play is doing their job correctly and doing it at a high level and we’ll get that corrected.”

Nice guy, not throwing his underperforming linemen under the bus. But this article suggests Manning might be a fibber. It certainly appears from the breakdown that Giants linemen are getting physically whooped.

Giants injury situation heading into 2013 regular season opener vs. Dallas

Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013

The Giants open up against the Cowboys, who look better than expected so far. A number of Giants are ailing:

RB Andre Brown (leg), OC David Baas (knee), OT David Diehl (thumb), TE Adrien Robinson (foot), and DT Markus Kuhn (PUP – knee) did not practice. No estimate on when Brown and Robinson will be back, but it sounds like a few weeks the way Coughlin says it’s serious (Brown) or unpredictable (Robinson).

WR Victor Cruz (heel) and CB Jayron Hosley (ankle) returned to practice. DE Jason Pierre-Paul (back), DE Damontre Moore (shoulder), S Antrel Rolle (ankle), and FB Henry Hynoski (knee) all practiced. Cruz expects to play on Sunday vs. Dallas. Pierre-Paul and Hynoski said they were unsure.