Giants' Tuck working to be like Mike

Giants' Tuck working to be like Mike

There are 2 comments on the Newsday story from Sep 17, 2008, titled Giants' Tuck working to be like Mike. In it, Newsday reports that:

The apprenticeship is over. No longer is Justin Tuck that other guy, the one who comes in to spell or complement Michael Strahan or Osi Umenyiora.

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Patrick Gough

Virginia Beach, VA

#1 Sep 17, 2008
The Giants defensive line has been great this year but I am concerned over the way the Dallas offensive line played against Philidelphia. They average about 330 lbs across the line and they played nasty with a lot of hands in the face, head slaps and holding that was missed by the refs in that game even though alot of personal foul calls were called everall.
Justin Tuck as well as the rest of the G-men has every right to be pleased with the way they have played so let's hope when they play Dallas and Philidelphia the refs call the game the way they should and flag Dallas everytime they commit a personal foul.
jints

Los Angeles, CA

#2 Sep 17, 2008
Patrick Gough wrote:
The Giants defensive line has been great this year but I am concerned over the way the Dallas offensive line played against Philidelphia. They average about 330 lbs across the line and they played nasty with a lot of hands in the face, head slaps and holding that was missed by the refs in that game even though alot of personal foul calls were called everall.
Justin Tuck as well as the rest of the G-men has every right to be pleased with the way they have played so let's hope when they play Dallas and Philidelphia the refs call the game the way they should and flag Dallas everytime they commit a personal foul.
The only way to even slow down Dallas is to heavily pressure Romo, who is elusive in the pocket and makes very quick decisions with the ball. The loss of Osi may not affect the Giants against any other NFC team, but against Dallas, you really need at least two ferocious pass rushers. Tuck, alone, can be gameplanned for, and I'm not sure Kiwanuka can be that second guy.

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