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There are names emblazoned up on high, circling the locker room where the Giants work each day, the Timex Performance Center, names of the greatest players in franchise history. Justin Tuck has glanced up at them many times.
“This franchise, you look up at all these names in here, a...
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Justin Tuck a Cowboy? Not if he has anything to say about it.
Giant fans have been asking all year: who is that out there wearing No. 91? It used to be Justin Tuck, but that guy wearing his shirt is no Justin Tuck.
Well, as it turns out, after a slew of on and off-field issues, Tuck is rounding into back into form. Injuries to his neck, groin and ankle held him back this year on the field. The passing of two close family members at the beginning...
Justin Tuck doesn’t remember calling Cowboys Stadium a dump. But if he wants to call Jerry Jones’ home turf that, the Cowboys’ outspoken owner wouldn’t care.
http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/giants/dallas-demarcus-ware-giants-tuck-jealous-a-cowboy-article-1.988449Corey Sipkin/New York Daily NewsThe usually vocal Justin Tuck is unusually quiet after Cowboys' DeMarcus Ware fires first salvo in war of words with Giants as teams head for showdown on Sunday.By Ebenezer Samuel - NY Dailynews 12/8/11
DeMarcus Ware has a simple theory about Justin Tuck.
To the Dallas Cowboys’ pass-rusher, Tuck is nothing more than a desperate wannabe. And every time Tuck trashes the Cowboys, every time he talks about how much he “hates” Dallas and how he thinks Cowboys Stadium a dump, Ware feels a sense of ...
Justin Tuck took a moment in the Giants' locker room this week to glance at the ceiling. Was he asking for help from above? In a way, perhaps.
The hardest thing to figure out about the Giants' performance in Sunday's 38-35 loss to the Packers was why they performed so much better than they did against the Saints.
It's something that's been troubling Justin Tuck. He spent a little time sharing his disbelief about the inconsistency of the Giants' play with Jeff Roberts of the Bergen Record.
THE GAME: The Giants (6-6) at the Dallas Cowboys (7-5) at that “dump” (Justin Tuck’s words, not mine) in Arlington, Texas that Jerry Jones can’t sell naming rights to. I think it’s still called Cowboys Stadium. Kickoff: 8:20 p.m. on Sunday night. THE WEATHER: It’s a dome, so it shouldn’t ...
The Giants are in the midst of what could be an "historical" collapse, to borrow a word used by Justin Tuck. They've lost four straight games to turn a 6-2 start into a 6-6 record and they've fallen into second place in the NFC East. Now, on Sunday night in Dallas, they need to stop their ...
Trash talk between the Cowboys and Giants is certainly not a new phenomenon. There is no love lost between the two teams, who always seem to put on a show when they get together during the season. One player who is particularly vocal about his hatred for the Cowboys is Justin Tuck. He has been [...]
Whether Tuck wants to be a Cowboy or not, Ware and his ‘Boys must send him back to NY…empty-handed.
It’s Cowboys-Giants week so you know what that means: Midgets mouthing off and Dallas dungheap being spewed. The latest chapter involves Cowboys’ pass rusher DEMARCUS WARE calling Giants’ defensive end JUSTIN TUCK a wannabe Cowboy.
Ware, who is the NFL’s sack leader with...
Dallas is first on Justin Tuck’s list, ahead of the Eagles and the Redskins. There’s no team he hates more than America’s Team. And now the Giants must beat the Cowboys to make something special of their season.
Frank GrayBGB EditorThe New York Giants (6-6) enter this weekend with confidence. After taking the defending Super Bowl champions to the brink of their first loss and nearly pulling it out (had the refs not put in the fix), the Giants take their intensity to Texas to face off with the Dallas Cowboys (7-5). This week is a must win scenario for the Giants, but as our own Jim Mancari...