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http://www.nypost.com/p/sports/giants/justin_suck_kG0ztQdMWrk1TXg9x9gzmONEIL MILLERHELP ME! Frustrated by his injury-plagued season and below average numbers, defensive end Justin Tuck said he’s “not a very good player right now” and went as far as saying, “I suck.”By Paul Schwartz - NY Post 11/18/11
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Justin Tuck is not a fan of Justin Tuck's.
As Tuck put it, 'I'm not enjoying this season'
Justin Tuck did not practice today because he had his foot stepped on in practice late Thursday and rolled his ankle a little bit. Tom Coughlin said there was no swelling, but they wanted him to rest as a precaution, and Tuck said there is no reason for concern.
As usual, we bring you highlights from the media sessions from the Giants’ offensive and defensive coordinators
- Kevin Gilbride and Perry Fewell
Gilbride’s impression of RB DJ Ware’s performance thus far….
“I think he’s doing well. He’s done a nice job for us – I think we’ve talked about it – with scan principle with a lot of our protection, where you don’t...
New York Giants defensive end Justin Tuck is frustrated with his play but still confident he will return to Pro Bowl form.
New York Giants defensive end Justin Tuck was added to the latest injury report because an ankle injury that he suffered during practice on Thursday. He’s been listed as questionable for Sunday’s game against the Eagles. All signs point to both running back Ahmad Bradshaw and linebacker Michael Boley not playing this week. Rookie cornerback [...]
Last season, Justin Tuck had 111/2 sacks. This season, he has two. Last season, he was the defensive line’s linchpin; this year, his defensive coordinator credits him mostly with keeping teammate Jason Pierre-Paul fresh.
The Giants went into the season appearing to have the deepest group of pass rushers in football. With Jason Pierre-Paul’s emergence as a Pro Bowl caliber player, the group has played to expectations. They lead the NFL in sacks. The only guy struggling out of the group is New York’s usual defensive leader: Justin Tuck.…
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970203611404577044753389249874.html?mod=WSJ_NY_Sports_LEFT_LEADNewsCollectionSouthcreek Global/Zuma PressJustin Tuck has logged only 10 tackles and two sacks this year, after registering 76 and 11.5, respectively, last season.By Aditi - Kinkhabwala - Star Ledger 11/18/11
Justin Tuck said that linebacker Michael Boley might be the one player the Giants' defense can least afford to lose, but they may have to figure out a way to live without him this week.
Boley, the player that calls the Giants' defense on the field, is not practicing today due to the hamstring ...
Michael Boley and Ahmad Bradshaw also out as expected.
Ahmad Bradshaw out, Justin Tuck questionable