Found September 21, 2012 on Larry Brown Sports:
No Hakeem Nicks? No Ahmad Bradshaw? No problem. NFL teams often use the phrase “next man up” when starters go down with injuries, and the Giants exemplified the importance of depth by adhering to it on Thursday night. Their offense looked as good as it has all year, as Eli Manning had his way with the Carolina secondary and reserves Andre Brown and Ramses Barden enjoyed career nights. But it wasn’t only the Panthers’ defense that struggled. Their offense looked stale right out of the gate. Cam Newton was picked off three times and pressured a ton by the Giants front seven. As Steve Smith put it after the game, nothing worked. “Everything that we did tonight, we need to go ahead and get a trash can – a good, tin one – and burn those plays and never go back to them,” he said according to the News and Observer. “Because it was shameful for the fans. It was just flat-out terrible. We just got our tails whipped from the beginning to the end in every aspect. It was pretty disgusting. Symp...

Hakeem Nicks didn’t suffer a set back

According to Jenny Vrentas of the Newark Star-Ledger, New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks hasn’t been ruled out of tonight’s game against the Panthers because of any setbacks he’s suffered.  He’s out because of the short week he wasn’t able to rest his foot the way he normally would.  With the short week he had trouble running during Wednesday morning’s walk...

Giants Hakeem Nicks Out For Game, Among Other Players - Just…

Giants Hakeem Nicks Out For Game, Among Other Players - Just hours after the New York Giants listed WR Hakeem Nicks questionable for Thursday night’s game against the Carolina Panthers with a foot injury, they have now announced that Nicks did not make the team flight to Charlotte and won’t play against the Panthers. Nicks, who was born and raised in Charlotte and played his...

Nicks, Bradshaw sidelined for Giants

The Giants came away with a 'W' on Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but it came at a steep price. Starting running back Ahmad Bradshaw, who left the game early with a neck injury, has been ruled out of Thursday night's tilt against the Carolina Panthers. But that's not it. Wide receivers Hakeem Nicks, Domenik Hixon and offensive tackle David Diehl had their...

Giants rule out Hakeem Nicks for Thursday night

New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks was originally listed as questionable for tomorrow night’s game against the Carolina Panthers. The Giants have announced that Nicks didn’t make the team flight and has been downgraded to out. WR Hakeem Nicks has been downgraded to out and will not play vs. the Panthers. Nicks did not make the trip — New York Giants (@Giants) September...

Fantasy Football News: New York Giants WR Hakeem Nicks out Thursday Night

The New York Giants might still be talking about the last play of Sunday’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but the team should be focusing on bigger issues. WR Hakeem Nicks has been ruled out for tomorrow night’s game in Carolina against the Panthers. Nicks posted a monster day last Sunday against the Buccaneers secondary, but he will not be on the team’s flight to Carolina...

New York Giants Injury Update: Ahmad Bradshaw and Hakeem Nicks Both Out

The New York Giants’ offense will look quite different on the field tonight against the Carolina Panthers as starting wide receiver Hakeem Nicks...

Hakeem Nicks Ruled Out Against the Carolina Panthers Week 3. Ahmad Bradshaw, Domenik Hixon and More.

TweetNew York Giants stud WR Hakeem Nicks has been ruled out for Thursday nights game versus the Carolina Panthers. He was just named the NFC offensive player of the week after his 10 catch, 199 yards receiving and 1 TD performance against the Tampa Bay Bucs. This is especially painful for the GMEN when you take into account that injury prone WR Domenik Hixon has also been ruled...

Giants rule out Ahmad Bradshaw for Thursday night

The New York Giants have released their final injury report heading into tomorrow night’s game against the Carolina Panthers. The Giants have ruled out Ahmad Bradshaw (neck), Domenik Hixon (concussion), and Adewale Ojomo (hamstring) Michael Coe (hamstring) and Hakeem Nicks (foot) are questionable. Prince Amukamara (ankle), Keith Rivers (hamstring), Da’Rel Scott (knee) are probable

Ramses Barden Shines in Place Of Nicks vs. Carolina

Like his teammate Andre Brown, Giants receiver Ramses Barden had a career game Thursday against the Panthers. In one game, Barden matched his reception total from all of last season.Fantasy Spin:Barden caught nine balls for 138 yards, clearly benefitting from Carolina's shaded coverage of Victor Cruz and using his 6-foot-6, 224-pound frame to make plays all over the field. It...

North Carolina Football: Heels in the Pro’s (Sept 20, 2012)

With the week having been filled with a lot of things going in I look down and it’s time to once again look at the former North Carolina football players now in the National Football League as the Thursday night game arrives on the NFL Network. And like it has been the case the first two weeks, at least one team in the first game of the week has a former Tar Heel on its roster...

North Carolina Football: Heels in the Pro’s recap (Sept 20, 2012)

If you are a football fan do not blink cause with the way that the National Football League has decided to begin the week on a Thursday and end it on a Monday blinking might cause you to miss a game along the way. And if you had missed this week’s Thursday game you would have missed a team that had a pair of Former North Carolina football players, even if one did not play in this...

RotoWire NFL Injury Analysis

Football is a violent sport. As the players improve in size and speed so too does the impact of their hits. Head and spine injuries are one of the hot topics in the game and the NFL is doing everything it can to not only help prevent catastrophic injuries from happening but also minimize the extent of the damage when they do occur. The concussion protocol has garnered the most headlines...

Fantasy Football: Stock Watch for Week 3

Just as expected, Week 2 threw us a bunch of curveballs in the Fantasy Football world. There were injuries to guys like Aaron Hernandez, huge performances from the tandem of Victor Cruz and Hakeem Nicks and yet another dismal showing from Chris Johnson (although that could have been predicted.) With another week of action to digest, let’s take a look at who’s stock is up...

Andre Brown Steamrolls Panthers

Giants running back Andre Brown had a career night Thursday against the Panthers, rushing for 113 yards and two touchdowns on 20 carries in relief of an injured Ahmad Bradshaw.Fantasy Spin:Meanwhile, David Wilson received one carry. As long as Bradshaw remains out, consider Brown a RB2, even in 10-team leagues. He's looked that good in his last two games, carrying 33 times for...
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