New York Giants Injury Report Against the Miami Dolphins

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New York Giants Injury Report Against the Miami Dolphins
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The New York Giants are coming off a bye week—one that they desperately needed.

With players such as Justin Tuck, Brandon Jacobs and Chris Snee missing their Week 6 game against the Buffalo Bills; the G-Men needed all the time off that they could get. 

Let's take a look at the status of the Giants' injured players going into Sunday's contest against the Miami Dolphins: 


Justin Tuck

Tuck has had nagging neck/groin injuries that have bothered him ever since the Giants played the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 3. He's currently listed as questionable.

Tuck has been participating in practice—albeit limited—but he should be on the field on Sunday. 


Brandon Jacobs

Even though Jacobs doesn't see himself as a Giant next season, the currently-listed questionable running back is in the same boat as Tuck and he should be on the field on Sunday. 

Tom Coughlin said that Jacobs' banged-up knee doesn't leave him with any physical limitations. 


Chris Snee

Snee has been sidelined with a concussion. However, he did participate in full practice on Thursday.

Snee coming back on Sunday would bolster the Giants' offensive line, which managed to not give up any sacks without him against the Buffalo Bills. 


Henry Hynoski and Stacy Andrews

Hynoski is looking doubtful for Sunday, while Andrews sat out his second-straight practice with a back injury.

Both players probably won't see the field against the Dolphins.

While it would be nice to have them on the field, having Tuck, Jacobs and Snee come on Sunday should be all the help the G-Men need.

UPDATE: I left off Prince Amukamara, but it looks like he's not playing against the Dolphins Week 8. 

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