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View Poll Results: The Giants offense will....

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  • Play angry off the loss and rebound big time

    17 89.47%
  • Continue to struggle until the bye week and make adjustments then

    2 10.53%
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    Quote Originally Posted by GGGGG-Men View Post
    Snee is out and the assumption is Locklear back to RT and Diehl to RG.
    I step away from PSD for a day or two and I come back to see another key injury? Not too surprising though...

    what happened to him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GGGGG-Men View Post
    Snee is out and the assumption is Locklear back to RT and Diehl to RG.
    That would be ideal (not the Snee part). Diehl is a much better G than a tackle

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    hopefully special teams comes to play they were a big reason we lost to the steelers. Kick returners shouldnt average almost 35yards and 25 for a punt returner is crazy

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    A nice defining win would be awesome before the bye ..obviously...but everyone knows how we get to 6-2 then wind up 6-5 .. 7-3 sounds amazing
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rique View Post
    hopefully special teams comes to play they were a big reason we lost to the steelers. Kick returners shouldnt average almost 35yards and 25 for a punt returner is crazy
    That more then anything cost us the game .they can't give the ball up in our territory like that n expect to win
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    Not that it matters but just saw on NFL network . Bengals lead series 5-3,...figured I'd share
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    Matchup I'd like to see the Giants try to create is having Burfict covering Bennet or Beckum.. They'll be open every time.. Let em cheat and hit em long..

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYGTom View Post
    That would be ideal (not the Snee part). Diehl is a much better G than a tackle
    Not sure about his RG abilities, but has to be better than him pulling all day from LG which was a disaster last year for the run game.

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    Interesting bit of history.

    Bengals and Giants have played 8 times.

    Bengals lead the series 5-3.

    The road team has never won.



    ....that said, all that matters is the teams on the field Sunday and this is a Giants team that's pretty damn good at adjustments. They lose to Dallas, then they put up 41 on the Bucs. They lose to Philly, they put up 41 on the Browns. Now they've lost to PIT (and not by much on a day when they were awful), so I gotta believe they make the right changes and are really fired up for this.

    Then Factor in that the Giants are like +14 in turnovers and I think the Bengals are -5. Difference of 19 is pretty substantial.

    I'm always positive off a loss and negative going into a game, always give credit to opponents, but I gotta believe the Giants take care of business before the bye....

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    ....or they continue to struggle on offense and get lazy with the bye coming up and we have to wait a couple weeks for them to turn it around with bye week healing and adjustments, meanwhile Dallas wins easy games against Philly and Cleveland and pulls within 1 game in the division. But I hope not.

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    INJURY REPORTS:

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    OUT: S Kenny Phillips (knee), LB Jacquian Williams (knee), CB Michael Coe (hamstring)

    QUESTIONABLE: G Chris Snee (ankle), LB Keith Rivers (calf), RB Ahmad Bradshaw (foot).

    PROBABLE: LB Chase Blackburn (hamstring), DT Chris Canty (groin), WR Hakeem Nicks (knee), C David Baas (ankle/elbow), TE Bear Pascoe (ankle), RB Andre Brown (shoulder).

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    Quote Originally Posted by GGGGG-Men View Post
    INJURY REPORTS:

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    OUT: S Kenny Phillips (knee), LB Jacquian Williams (knee), CB Michael Coe (hamstring)

    QUESTIONABLE: G Chris Snee (ankle), LB Keith Rivers (calf), RB Ahmad Bradshaw (foot).

    PROBABLE: LB Chase Blackburn (hamstring), DT Chris Canty (groin), WR Hakeem Nicks (knee), C David Baas (ankle/elbow), TE Bear Pascoe (ankle), RB Andre Brown (shoulder).
    At least Blackburn is probable. Herzlich looked awful last week.

    And hopefully Snee can go. We really need him.

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    Snee will go.. Bradshaw will go but give me some Wilson got damnit! Rivers won't..

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    Sucks for Rivers. Probably wants to play his old team.

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    Bengals
    OUT: WR Marvin Jones

    DOUBTFUL: S Reggie Nelson (hammy)

    QUESTIONABLE: C J. Faine (hammy) and CB D. Kirkpatrick (thigh)

    PROBABLE: DE R. Geathers (knee), RB Green-Ellis (illness), S T. Mays (knee), CB T. Newman (knee), OL T. Robinson (hammy) LB D. Skuta (thumb)



    I hope we see some more Newman hurdling action. Hynocerous time

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    Quote Originally Posted by GGGGG-Men View Post
    Bengals
    OUT: WR Marvin Jones

    DOUBTFUL: S Reggie Nelson (hammy)

    QUESTIONABLE: C J. Faine (hammy) and CB D. Kirkpatrick (thigh)

    PROBABLE: DE R. Geathers (knee), RB Green-Ellis (illness), S T. Mays (knee), CB T. Newman (knee), OL T. Robinson (hammy) LB D. Skuta (thumb)



    I hope we see some more Newman hurdling action. Hynocerous time
    We're gonna torch Newman but Pacman worries me.. He's got Eli's #..

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