Entering Week 4, the Giants find themselves in a desperate situation as their entire season may hinge on what happens on Sunday in Kansas City. With that in mind, let’s take a look at who will be ready to take the field for Big Blue, and who will be watching from the sidelines in our Week 4 New York Giants injury report.
I bet you thought things on the Giants offensive line could not get any worse.
Well think again.
When the Giants take the field on Sunday against the 3-0 Kansas City Chiefs, the offensive line, which has been the root of much of the problems the Giants have had this year, may be compromised even further.
Right Guard Chris Snee and Center David Baas were both held out of practice on Thursday with lingering injuries. Of course there is still one day of practice left for Snee and Baas to make their way back onto the field, although the reports out of Giants practice have been far from optimistic on that front.
The one positive for the Giants struggling offensive line is that David Diehl is expected to be back on the field Sunday in one of the Guard spots, after missing the last five weeks following thumb surgery.
Hopefully with Diehl back in the fold the Giants offensive line can provide better protection for Eli Manning. If not, expect to see another ugly game out of Big Blue.
Complete Week 4 injury report
RG Chris Snee (hip)
C David Baas (neck)
TE Adrien Robinson (foot)
LB Spencer Paysinger (hip)
S Cooper Taylor (shoulder)
T David Diehl (thumb)
CB Terrell Thomas (knee)
CB Corey Webster (hip)
QB Ryan Nassib (ankle)
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