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For the second straight day, Justin Tuck’s name wasn’t on the injury report, and those are the only two days that’s happened all season long.
If only that meant that the Giants defensive end was actually healthy, too.
“That’s not the case,” Tuck said on Thursday. “But ...
http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/ready-ny-giants-justin-tuck-ready-roll-san-francisco-49ers-suffering-aches-pains-article-1.975990Corey Sipkin/New York Daily NewsJustin Tuck is raring to go against Niners after his name has been axed from the injury report.By Ralph Vacchiano - NY Dailynews 11/11/11
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At his post-practice press conference today, Niners coach Jim Harbaugh said he hadn't heard about Justin Tuck's comments regarding quarterback Alex Smith.
But as Harbaugh stepped down form the podium he looked at a reporter and smiled, "Now that you mention it, I'm sure I'll check it out."
For the second straight day, Justin Tuck’s name was not on the injury report, and those are the only two days that has happened all season long.
When it comes to quarterbacks, Giants defensive end Justin Tuck has a way with words.
On the subject of his own signal-caller, El Manning, Tuck said this after Manning directed 85- and 80-yard touchdown drives in the final seven minutes of a 24-20 win over the Patriots last week: "You can't...
Regardless of who they have faced, the 49ers are off to an incredibly good start. A team with poor quarterback play would not be 7-1, which means Alex Smith has been surprisingly efficient for San Francisco. The question is has he helped them win, or has he helped them not lose. Yes, there is a [...]
49ers coach Jim Harbaugh believes Alex Smith is an elite quarterback, but Giants defensive Justin Tuck has a far different opinion on the former No. 1 pick.
SANTA CLARA Earlier this week, Jim Harbaugh called Alex Smith an "elite" quarterback. Giants defensive end Justin Tuck was not nearly as complimentary.
The NFL season has hit the halfway point, meaning some of the imposters are beginning to fade into oblivion, while others are hitting their stride. Pretty much all of the divisions have the look of a photo finish, as seven of the eight are separated by two games or less. Here’s the skinny on the NFC races. Take a look at the AFC divisions here.
Justin Tuck and the G-Men have...
Offense - The 49ers would be smart to attack between the numbers offensively, the Giants are strong on the edges with defensive ends Justin Tuck and Osi Umenyiora and cornerbacks Corey Webster and Aaron Ross. Webster and Ross have three interceptions each. Where the Giants are vulnerable is in...