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The New York Giants are very accustomed to starting out a regular season with a 6-2 record, but then things seem to always go south during the second half of the year.
Giants defensive end Justin Tuck is “worried” that this season will be a repeat of whats happened in the past.
“What I’m worried about is what we’ve always done,” Tuck said. “We’ve always been 6-2 at the break or 5-3 at the break. We’ve got to find ways to make sure we keep this thing going. I think the NFC is going to be the powerhouse of the NFL this year, so we’ve got to keep pace. Atlanta is still undefeated. You know San Fran who you know is going to be there at the end fo the year. We’ve got some surprise teams that are playing well. So we don’t have time to sit back and gloat about being 6-2 because we all know that we still got a gauntlet to go through and this thin
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Without further delay, here is Big Blue's final injury report of the week.
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