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Considering we are about 24 hours away from kickoff between the Jets and Giants, it is possible that the trash talk has finally reached a saturation point. We expected plenty of blows to be exchanged between the two New York teams throughout the week, and neither has disappointed. Whether it be Santonio Holmes ripping the Giants secondary, Antonio Cromartie ragging on Mario Manningham, or Rex Ryan putting a bloody Eli Manning on the Jets’ playbook cover, there has been plenty of bulletin board material to go around. Maybe that’s why Justin Tuck chose to not bite when asked if the Jets or Giants are New York’s team.
“I could care less about bragging rights,” Tuck said according to ESPNNewYork.com. “Last time I checked, the Mayor of New York ran the city. New Jersey is Gov. (Chris) Christie, he has a lot to say with what goes on in New Jersey. I don’t see me making any rulings on anything. Rex Ryan either.
“We got a lot of catching up to get to, what is it … 27 rings now the Yankee...
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Welcome back, Justin Tuck.
This is one of those years New York Giants defensive captain Justin Tuck would like to forget.
Coming off his second Pro Bowl season, Tuck has had more injuries than sacks.
Count them: neck, groin, ankle and finally a toe that somehow got bent out of shape. They have forced him to miss four games and play in several others where he has looked like a scrub instead of one of the...
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
http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/giants/ny-giants-defensive-justin-tuck-blocks-aches-pains-turns-big-performance-big-blue-win-ny-jets-article-1.996672Howard Simmons/New York Daily NewsJustin Tuck sacks Mark Sanchez, putting all his aches and pains asideBy Ebenezer Samuel - NY Dailynews 12/25/11
In some ways, Justin Tuck's season ended against the Jets.
There has been one game this season when Justin Tuck was Justin Tuck, one game long ago and long-forgotten.
If Tuck, enduring the most difficult season of his seven-year career, has one game in him to finally reach back and be himself, the Giants need it to be tomorrow against...
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
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.
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...
Here are some of the Giants and Jets Headlines from across the world this morning:
Enough Already! Lets get it on! (NY POST)
Jets, Giants each eye win to keep postseason hops alive (NY POST)
Giants must make most of opportunity (NY POST)
Odds aren’t with Giants (NY POST)
Steve Serby’s Special Q & A with Justin Tuck (NY POST)
GIANTS, Jets friends off the field ...
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...
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...