The injuries are really hurting the New York Football Giants this year. Now, just two days after winning one of the most controversial games in Monday Night Football and NFL history, the Giants lost Domenik Hixon for a second straight year, when he tore his recently healed ACL that was torn one year before.
Losing Hixon does not only mean the Giants have lost their punt returner, it means they lost their second kick off returner and third wide receiver. Hixon's loss means Victor Cruz will have to step up, but that may not be enough to help Eli Manning and the Giants progress.
The Giants go one on one with the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday and there are some issue to address with the Giants.
The Giants have already lost Jonathan Goff—a key middle linebacker who reads the plays coming from the sideline.
Terrell Thomas was a key cornerback for the defense and put pressure on the receivers he covered.
Bruce Johnon and Brian Witherspoon would've backed up the special teams and the cornerbacks.
That's just the short list.
The Giants need to get some more players and they need to get them before its too late