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Terrell Thomas and the Biggest Blows to the New York Giants This Preseason

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Terrell Thomas and the Biggest Blows to the New York Giants This Preseason
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The New York Giants have taken huge blows to the gut so far this preseason, prompting fans and analysts alike to write off the team's chances of making the playoffs.

I tend to agree with them, but stranger things have happened. According to multiple reports, the team brought in four corners to work out today in an effort to find players to replace some of the four corners they've already lost.

One of those players is Lito Sheppard, former Philadelphia Eagle.

Giants fans everywhere have been ripping the organization due to the latest rash of injuries that claimed Terrell Thomas, Marvin Austin, and backup corner Brian Witherspoon for the entire season.

Slow down.

The nature of the game of football is such that injuries can happen anytime to anyone. These players didn't have a history of injury and you can't predict these things. Thomas is the only one you could possibly point out as an injury risk for tearing his ACL in 2005, but that was six years ago.

Don't go blaming Jerry Reese for these problems, just hope he has the foresight to fix them.

As much as it will pain you to see it, this slideshow will examine and rank the biggest blows to the New York Giants this season.

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