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Kenny Phillips, Jacquian Williams & Michael Coe Out for New York Giants on Sunday

November 9th, 2012 at 2:02 PM
By Paul Tierney

'Super Bowl-10-2' photo (c) 2012, Stephen Luke - license: The New York Giants injury report has been growing as of late, as offensive linemen Chirs Snee suffered an ankle injury in Big Blue's Week nine loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. However, the Giants are fortunate that this will be the final game before the bye week. Big Blue will have their time to rest and prepare for the stretch run, but they will have to fight through the Cincinnati Bengals first. 

Let's take a look at the Giants' final injury report before they take off for the Queen City.


Michael Coe, Kenny Phillips and Jacquian Williams



Ahmad Bradshaw, Keith Rivers and Chris Snee


David Bass, Chase Blackburn, Andre Brown, Hakeem Nicks, Bear Pascoe and Chris Canty

"As of right now, they've given me the go, so I'll be out there," Blackburn said.

The Giants will miss the presence of Kenny Phillips and Jacquian Williams for at least one more week. Both players bring size, speed, and athleticism that Big Blue has sorely lacked over the past few games. If Keith Rivers  and Chase Blackburn can play, their skill sets would help minimize the loss of those two players, but needless to say Big Blue will once again be shorthanded on the defensive side of the ball this week.

Ahmad Bradshaw is listed as questionable, but he is fully expected to play. Furthermore, Chris Snee returned to practice today so he looks to be on track to take the field on Sunday as well. Hakeem Nicks' knee swelled up on him this week, but it also looks as if he should be suiting up.The Giants will have all their offensive weapons on the field this weekend against a suspect defense, so it's about time Eli and Co. get back on track and put up some points.


Tags: Ahmad Bradshaw, Andre Brown, Chase Blackburn, Chris Canty, Chris Snee, Cincinnati, Cincinnati Bengals, Football, Jacquian Williams, Keith Rivers, Kenny Phillips, Michael Coe, New York, New York Giants, NFL

12 Responses to “Kenny Phillips, Jacquian Williams & Michael Coe Out for New York Giants on Sunday”

  1. You know this Kenny Phillips thing is starting to worry me. He ran the other week and we thought things were headed in the right direction…and he’s been shut down since.

    My best guess is it didn’t respond to the running the way they wanted and they’ve decided just to shut him down through the bye week. Can’t blame them, especially since Stevie Brown’s been doing pretty good in his stead. Still they need him back.

    And for all you Mark Herzlich freaks out there, boy is it going to be good to get Chase Blackburn back in the mix. Amirite?

  2.  GOAT56 says:

    Good news on the injury front. Nicks I figured from his talk yesterday would play but Canty and Blackburn should help a lot. It also looks like all the questionable players should play. So really KP is our only star type player out. This is excellent news headed into a bye. To me it means we are healthy as a team. It’s good because this game is the type we need to win to avoid the potholes of previous seasons. Then add Will Hill to the mix and there’s absolutely no reason we shouldn’t see a bigtime effort come Sunday.

  3.  BigBlueGiant says:

    Demo, you’re a funny guy.

    No, i go out to AZ every summer to train with my best friend of mine who works with ASU football players as well as other NFL athletes doing all sorts of sport related training. Resistance training, strength and conditioning, etc…

    i mean, i havent seen the kid in person since his the summer right before his Jr year.

  4.  GeezUp says:

    I never thought I’d be saying this but it’ll be good to get Chase back in the middle. As far as KP, I think b/c of Stevie Brown’s play and Will Hill coming off suspension, we are in no hurry to rush him back on the field. Now let’s hope the offense can get rolling and go into the bye with a win!

  5.  fanfor55years says:

    I’ll feel a lot better if Rivers and Snee can go. With Williams out we need Rivers’ athleticism, and he should be highly motivated against the Bengals. And I want NO PART of Diehl at RG (or RT for that matter, but that’s another story).

  6.  fanfor55years says:

    I love the Stevie Brown story, but any of you thinking we’ll “be okay” if he doesn’t come back after the bye are dreaming. His presence on the field opens up lots of options for the defense that they do not otherwise have. He may be the best deep safety in the league. You don’t lose that and see no effect.

  7.  kinsho says:

    Also, I want to go on record that that I love this site for the solid reporting on all major news concerning the Giants and especially for the fact that it has an amazing community of Giants fans sharing information and insight with one another on a daily basis.

    But on the other hand, the servers blow. Hard. Why is it that from time to f***ing time I find it impossible to log in to my profile, let alone post comments without my browser complaining about ‘Connection timeout’ issues? No other major site has the same issue this site consistently has. What the ****?

    Get better programmers to maintain the Sports Media 101 platform.

  8.  Kevin Page says:

    What’s up with Rivers and these little nagging injuries? I mean breaking your wrist and jaw are more freak things and not indicative of your durability. But he seems to be a weekly decision at best all year.

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