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  • Is Nicks going to be OK.....Xrays?....is it just a precaution?

    I'd like to think the rest of the team can rise up and beat a 2nd tier team like the Panthers

    Perhaps they just want to give Nicks some extra recovery time

  • #2
    I think, or at least hope, it's just because I the short week and they have a big divisional game coming up.

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    • #3
      i was pissed with the thur game bc i knew after sunday nicks wouldnt play. dunno why this is a surprise to so many and so many are worried over nothing. he didnt reinjure himself or anything. he has to rest his foot after using it. not enough rest time, it was close and both he n the giants were hopeful, but it just isnt worth it. 1-nicks prob would be restricted in how well he could move 2-the risk of reinjuring it is much higher if he doesnt give his foot the proper rest. its why he is only gonna practice 1 a week until his foot is 100%.
      we'll be alright. nicks will be primed n ready for philly

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      • #4
        Originally posted by giantsfan420 View Post
        i was pissed with the thur game bc i knew after sunday nicks wouldnt play. dunno why this is a surprise to so many and so many are worried over nothing. he didnt reinjure himself or anything. he has to rest his foot after using it. not enough rest time, it was close and both he n the giants were hopeful, but it just isnt worth it. 1-nicks prob would be restricted in how well he could move 2-the risk of reinjuring it is much higher if he doesnt give his foot the proper rest. its why he is only gonna practice 1 a week until his foot is 100%.
        we'll be alright. nicks will be primed n ready for philly
        It came as a surprise to everyone becaue the last thing you heard about him before they annouced that he was out, was that he was good to go, and couldnt wait to play in his home town. The report that he was going to be out for the game, really came out of nowhere. Nobody was expecting it.

        However, I agree, I thought the same thing on Sunday night. How could he be ready to go in 4 days.
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        • #5
          Most likely it's precautionary because of the short week. They are probably trying to get enough rest in between games. He'll have plenty of time from this game until the next. I'm sure that if this was the play offs he would be out there.

          Should be exciting to see what some of our other guys can do now.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by nhpgiantsfan View Post
            It came as a surprise to everyone becaue the last thing you heard about him before they annouced that he was out, was that he was good to go, and couldnt wait to play in his home town. The report that he was going to be out for the game, really came out of nowhere. Nobody was expecting it.

            However, I agree, I thought the same thing on Sunday night. How could he be ready to go in 4 days.
            Players always say that.

            Hell, he hasn't been practicing until Thursdays during normal weeks, and then only has the one practice.

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            • #7
              I hope he comes back against Philly. We need him in that game.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by giantsfan420 View Post
                i was pissed with the thur game bc i knew after sunday nicks wouldnt play. dunno why this is a surprise to so many and so many are worried over nothing. he didnt reinjure himself or anything. he has to rest his foot after using it. not enough rest time, it was close and both he n the giants were hopeful, but it just isnt worth it. 1-nicks prob would be restricted in how well he could move 2-the risk of reinjuring it is much higher if he doesnt give his foot the proper rest. its why he is only gonna practice 1 a week until his foot is 100%.
                we'll be alright. nicks will be primed n ready for philly
                not so sure about that. His foot got stepped on pretty heavily. He was running on adrenalin during the game. Hope he is ok but I am not convinced its a rest issue just yet.
                "Measure Twice......Cut Once"
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                • #9
                  4 days is a very quick turnaround. No point risking his season by throwing him out there again so soon.

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                  • #10
                    I think they are letting cooler heads prevail, they need to give Nick's foot a rest and have him ready for the Eagles, we'll need him there. I think we can win in Carolina, it will be up to the D to hold them but Eli and company will get their points.

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                    • #11
                      As good as Nicks is, he wouldn't have been the deciding factor in this game.

                      He got stepped on an already hurt foot. Must be pretty sour. I think it's the wise decision, this gives him a bye week's rest. Good call in my book.

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                      • #12
                        phew better not have re-injured himself ... Prince had a similiar injury and when he came back which was around the 12 week mark as well, he didnt have the pain and swelling NIcks is having

                        i wonder if they did an x-ray last week? ... this is terrible ... i bet the swelling never went away which is bad

                        please just be sore and not injured !!!!!
                        Apologize to Melo 5

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by giantsfan420 View Post
                          he didnt reinjure himself or anything.
                          UUmmm, yes he did. Did you not watch the game? He was fine, then the dude stepped on his right foot and twisted it, and he hobbled quite a bit. Still made some big catches, but you can tell he was hobbling, especially after his last big catch. He went down and could barely put weight on it. Hope it is ok for next Sunday, thats all we can do.
                          WE ALREADY HAVE A GREAT RUNNING BACK:

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                          • #14
                            he was out there for the last play in our now famous victory formation, but yeah im worried, but fingers crossed
                            Apologize to Melo 5

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by BParcells777 View Post
                              I'd like to think the rest of the team can rise up and beat a 2nd tier team like the Panthers

                              Perhaps they just want to give Nicks some extra recovery time
                              The Panthers are no "second tier team". I'm a Giant's fan living in Charlotte, and the Panthers are for real. The Giants will have to score at least 35 to win, because Cam will put up at least 28....he has done against EVERYBODY and he will score against the Giatns, particularly their poor defensive backfield. The Giants are and should be the underdog with all the injuries they have. Even if Bradshaw, Nicks and the rest were palying it would be a very tough game.

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