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Jason Pierre-Paul had to briefly exit the game against the Raiders yesterday, and while his shoulder is sore today, Coach Coughlin said that he thinks that JPP should be good to go for next week.
Coughlin said Jason Pierre-Paul (shoulder) is sore and will need treatment all week long but thinks he'll be OK. #nyg
— Paul Schwartz (@NYPost_Schwartz) November 11, 2013
The news comes as a relief. The Giants actually had some success in getting pressure on Terrell Pryor and largely held the Oakland Raiders offense in check. The team is riding a three game winning streak and have some great momentum behind them right now.
The next three games are all winnable as well. Big Blue will face the Aaron Rodgers-less Packers and the division leading Cowboys at home before travelling to Washington for a road game. Improbably, the Giants are in the divisional playoff hunt, and having JPP for these next couple of games can only help.
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