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Giants defensive end Justin Tuck added some spice to the wild card playoffs by ripping the Falcons’ offensive line as “dirtbags.” One of those Falcons linemen, Will Svitek, responded by saying the Falcons don’t do anything differently from any other team. Although Tuck isn’t alone in calling out the Falcons’ line — defensive linemen from…
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Justin Tuck and the Giants are in the playoffs, playing host to the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday at MetLife Stadium. Before the game, join Ralph Vacchiano for a live chat Wednesday at noon. From Tuck's proclamation that the Giants can win the Super Bowl to his shot at Atlanta's "dirty" ...
Justin Tuck was in violation of the Rolle Doctrine Friday.
LB Mark Herzlich has been ruled out for Sunday
The Falcons didnât seem too upset about the name that Justin Tuck called them earlier this week. In fact, at least one of them saw the possibility of turning âdirt bagsâ into bags of cash.
Justin Tuck’s shoulder was a enough of a problem yesterday to force him to miss practice, and the Giants could be curious and alarmed about how he will be affected tomorrow against the Falcons. It is unknown what happened to Tuck’s shoulder or when it occurred, because he...
Giants defensive end Justin Tuck called the Falcons' offensive line "dirtbags" on Tuesday, a term that Atlanta left tackle Will Svitek didn't seem to take much offense to in comments on Wednesday.
Justin Tuck summed up the thoughts of a lot of observers when he spoke to the media on Thursday afternoon.
"We can definitely make a lot of noise in this run," Tuck said. "We’re only going to go as far as our quarterback and our defensive line take us."
There's been a groundswell of belief that wins over the Jets and Cowboys have positioned the Giants for...
Over the last two weeks, the Giants have played a pair of opponents -- the Jets and the Cowboys -- with whom they shared a fair amount of animosity thanks to a long history of competition.
That's not going to be the case this weekend. The Giants and Falcons have played before, of course, but there is not a long history of bad blood between these two franchises.
No matter. The...
What upside do the Giants have in the playoffs? A lot. Glenn Warciski spoke with Derek Pease of Any Given Sunday about how the Giants are playing better in the nick of time.
Why is there so much upside, given the problems the Gmen had this season? Because of many factors which we have to list:
1) The Giants have played down to and up to the level of their opponent. In the...
Tackle Will Svitek prefers to call Falcons offensive line 'pests'