Yep, if the D can bend and not break, if the O can control the clock and run the score up we win...the problem is that we rest so much on RG3's shoulders, we have to get to a point where he doesn't have to have amazing game after amazing game. He's going to have a down game from time to time, the D needs to come through for us. They did play really well against the Eagles though so there is some hope. I'm just concerned about the depth at this point.
Sup guys. Big game. Can't wait. Think your team definitely wants this one more, but hopefully our team has woken up. I expect another close one.
Here's our injury report that just came out:
OUT: TE Travis Beckum (knee)
DOUBTFUL: S Kenny Phillips (knee), LB Jacquian Williams (knee)
QUESTIONABLE: DE Jason Pierre-Paul (back), WR Domenik Hixon, OL David Diehl
PROBABLE: S Antrel Rolle (illness), DE Justin Tuck (foot), CB Jayron Hosley, C David Baas
Some significant notes: Phillips returned for the first time in weeks against the Packers and it allowed us to run our 3 safety package which is part of the reason we had such success. Williams is our fastest LB and was going to be assigned to spying RGIII. So those 2 out, could open things up for your offense in a big way. And if Pierre-Paul is out.....gonna be one big shootout.
We should win this one, we could have the last one but fumbled too many times in giants territory. Also we have Garcon for this game and we didnt have him in the other one so he could free up other targets or dominate who knows. The giants have some key injuries on defense and with their d-line a little banged up it might help us.