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Before the season, I saw two key injuries that hurt the Giants depth; Shaun Rogers and Terrell Thomas.
Both players were lost for the season and placed on the season-ending IR.
Rogers' injury was bad because Chris Canty began the season on the partial-IR list and will just be getting off the list and might be able to come back to play against the Redskins on Sunday.
Thomas' injury caused the other players in the secondary to have to step up, and for the most part, they have.
Prince Amukamara so far has been able to stay on the field after missing most of the pre-season with an injury.
Kenny Phillips is still recovering from a knee injury and has been listed as week-to-week after he sprained it against the Philadelphia Eagles back in Week 4.
David Diehl hurt his knee back in Week 2 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but that injury might have been a blessing in disguise, as the offensive line has been so much better since he went down with that injury.
Hakeem Nicks was also out for three weeks with a swollen knee, but was able to come back against the 49ers this past Sunday.
Aside from that, the Giants haven't had that devastating injury to the team, and they need to keep it that way.
In today's NFL, it's almost impossible to not have injuries, and for the Giants, they've had their share of them in the past.
But as long as they keep the injuries to a minimum and to the ones where players can recover from, they should be just fine.