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http://bleacherreport.com/articles/900070-defensive-end-justin-tuckBy Erick Fernandez - Bleacher Report 10/18/11
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Also, tight end Jake Ballard puts in a strong performance
Justin Tuck spent most of yesterday's 27-24 victory over the Bills waving a towel trying to exhort the crowd at MetLife Stadium. Afterward, he fielded plenty of questions about when he might return to the field.
Finally, Tuck had enough and issued a vow.
"I'm playing against Miami...
It looked like a disaster in the making at first when the Bills ripped through the Giants’ defense for two huge touchdowns in the first quarter. Those are the kinds of plays that Justin Tuck has seen tear apart a team before.
But not this Giants team.
“No one panics,” Tuck said. “I’ve ...
The Giants held one final practice Tuesday, before getting five days off for the bye week.
But not everyone was on the field. Defensive ends Justin Tuck (neck/groin) and Osi Umenyiora (knee), and safety Kenny Phillips (ribs) watched the practice session from the sidelines. RB Brandon Jacobs ...
Two-time Pro Bowl defensive end Justin Tuck expects to be back for the New York Giants' next game in two weeks.
Justin Tuck missed his third straight game Sunday. But the defensive end had good news. "I'm playing against Miami, guys," he said. "How about that? Look at my eyes. Look at my face. I'm playing against Miami."
Heading into the bye week, the banged-up New York Giants are surprisingly in first place in the NFC East with much-needed reinforcements seemingly on the horizon.
Defensive captain Justin Tuck, Pro Bowl guard Chris Snee, first-round draft pick Prince Amukamara, backup running back Brandon Jacobs and receiver Ramses Barden all might be ready to return when the Giants (4-2) face the...
The Giants had five players inactive for last Sunday’s game vs Buffalo: DE Justin Tuck, OL Chris Snee, RB Brandon Jacobs, FB Henry Hynoski and CB Prince Amukamara. The Giants are hopeful that they will have most – if not all – of those players back for their Week 8 game vs Miami.
In addition, WR Ramses Barden and OL Adam Koets are eligible to return from the PUP list beginning...
http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/giants/2011/10/20/2011-10-20_giants_seek_sack_of_roles_for_kiwanuka.htmlThe Giants will have to find a home for Mathias Kiwanuka (r.) when Justin Tuck and other injured Giants return to the field for Big Blue, who have a much-needed week off this weekend.By Ralph Vacchiano - NY Dailynews 10/20/11
Bye weeks are the NFL's way of telling you that you don't get something for nothing in this world.
You're getting into the groove of the football season, enjoying Sundays of wall-to-wall action and beating your friends in fantasy matchups when, all of a sudden, the NFL just rips the whole thing away from you without a warning.
There are less games, less players to...