While Rex Ryan continues to thwart the ever-growing (and ever-silly) notion that Matt Simms is some kind of answer to the Jets’ quarterback question, we turn now to the Giants and their problems.
The offensive line has stabilized. The running game is finally making strides, and Manning and his receivers are using quick, short passes to take what defenses offer instead of forcing plays over the top.
Veteran guard Chris Snee has been placed on injured reserve by the New York Giants and is out for the rest of the season because of an injured hip.
It has to happen Sunday against the Eagles, though. Already, just a quarter of the way through the schedule, the Giants are running out of chances.
Veteran lineman David Diehl will be starting at right guard for the Giants (0-4) on Sunday when they take on the Philadelphia Eagles (1-3).
Pass-rushing playmaker Jason Pierre-Paul is active for the Giants in their opener in Dallas.
“I don’t think there’s anything to it,” Manning said of his 4-0 record at AT&T Stadium, which allegedly included the Giants quarterback scribbling his name, the score, the date and the words “First Win in the New Stadium” in the visitors locker room.
Tom Coughlin announced that wide receiver Victor Cruz is probable for Sunday. Defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul is listed as questionable.
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The New York Giants’ new-look offensive line is ready to show their stuff in Week 1 against the Cowboys.
The Giants announced Wednesday that David Diehl will need surgery to repair an unstable right thumb. He is expected to be sidelined six weeks.
The Giants shuffled their offensive line on Tuesday. Pugh has taken over at the right tackle position. Left guard Kevin Boothe was moved to center to replace Baas and the versatile David Diehl shifted from right tackle to left guard.
Victor Cruz and David Baas both arrived on crutches. Both players expect to be ready for the Giants’ September 8 season opener in Dallas.
The New York Giants received some good news from doctors regarding injuries to wide receiver Victor Cruz and center David Baas.
Victor Cruz only bruised his left heel in the first quarter of New York’s 20-12 loss to the Indianapolis Colts.