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T-Rock's Take On The Giants:
The outspoken safety was chided in some circles for his criticism of the team after last week's loss, particularly his comments about not everyone practicing. That struck a chord with a lot of people, Justin Tuck said, and it showed up in the team's practices this week. "Credit Rolle for [the attitude] because he had all hands on deck all week," Mathias Kiwanuka said. "Anybody who was even close to being able to physically practiced, and you saw the result."
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New York Giants defensive end Justin Tuck has said on many occasions that he hates the Dallas Cowboys.
When pressed for a reason on Monday, however, Tuck couldn't come up with one.
"A lot of it (is) out of respect," Tuck said. "I think when you look at all of the history, all of the great players, the championships won, I think the two teams are probably more...
Giants’ defensive captain Justin Tuck has had a rough season. If you’ve been following this site you already know what he’s gone through this year. His not being 100% has been a huge part of why this Giants’ defense has been ravaged this season by offenses both good and bad.
He is right in all ways now, and the Jets got a good dose of what a healthy, focused Tuck can do...
Justin Tuck used the word "great" to describe Mark Sanchez, but he used it next to a phrase that quarterbacks often take as an insult.
http://www.nypost.com/p/sports/giants/justin_PeG6DquXLqabDGahzwA8TJBy Steve Serby - NY Post 12/24/11
In some ways, Justin Tuck's season ended against the Jets.
Giants defensive end Justin Tuck made his position about his opponent very clear: "I've been quoted many times saying I hate the Dallas Cowboys, and I still do," he said.
Justin Tuck played 88 snaps in Saturday's 29-14 win over the Jets, the most he's ever executed.
Justin Tuck’s name was not listed on the Giants’ official injury report on Thursday. That is no small feat, considering the litany of injuries the banged-up defensive end has battled since the start of the season.
http://www.nypost.com/p/sports/jets/tuck_goes_all_in_YCpSxFkGWqglskTnNNEhlLNEIL MILLERTUCK AND COVER: Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez can not escape defensive end Justin Tuck and the Giants’ ferocious pass rush.By George Willis - NY Post 12/25/11
When he was told that Giants defensive end Justin Tuck had offered a less-than-flattering assessment of quarterback Alex Smith earlier this season, Jim Harbaugh saw an opportunity to rally his troops against the incoming enemy.
So, naturally, Harbaugh jumped all over that "we're going to beat the...
http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/giants/ny-giants-defense-basks-win-ny-jets-alive-perfect-time-article-1.996845?localLinksEnabled=falseHoward Simmons/New York Daily NewsJustin Tuck and Giants' defense get pumped up to shut down Jets and finally deliver a performance worthy of Big Blue.By Ralph Vacchiano - NY Dailynews 12/26/11
Who owns the New York/New Jersey area when it comes to pro football supremacy? Justin Tuck said it’s not the Jets. He also said it’s not the Giants. Asked what’s at stake in tomorrow’s clash, Tuck said: “Playoffs. I could care less about bragging rights...
As Justin Tuck in the afterglow of the Giants 29-14 victory over the Jets spotted Tom Coughlin in the locker room, he walked up to his hurting head coach and said: “No toughness, no championship.’’
Coughlin smiled through the pain.
With 3:27 remaining and the Giants trying to bleed...