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  1. #11
    zero % they'd play him if he had anything to worry about. looked a lot worse than it was, he's lucky he didnt plant that foot otherwise it woulda been gruesome...he'll be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CDN_G-FAN View Post
    Every one keeps thinking in terms of him as a receiving target.

    but MB was an absolute MONSTER in the run game today.

    our running game is looking better every week, or at least every 2 weeks, and he's one of the big reasons.
    yeah he had huge blocks on almost every good bradshaw run

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    The hyper-extended knee injury definitely did not look good on the replay. Kudos to Bennett for continuing to play the rest of the game. Hope he'll be 100% for the 49ers game.

    Whether it turns out productive or not, the Giants will still have to run the ball on some plays just to keep the San Fran defense honest because they're decent at defending the pass too with Goldson back there. In a game like that, it would be very helpful if the Giants defense got turnovers off the 49ers offense in addition to the Giants offense not feeding the 49ers defense with turnovers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by giantsfan420 View Post
    yeah he had huge blocks on almost every good bradshaw run
    +1

    i was blown away. we haven't had a blocking TE like this since shockey, and even he didn't blow guys up like Bennett did in this game.

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    I noticed that Bennett had very good blocks today which led to nice holes for AB.

    Now, if we could run on the 9'ers like that...oh man...but let's face it that is wishful thinking lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by CDN_G-FAN View Post
    Every one keeps thinking in terms of him as a receiving target.

    but MB was an absolute MONSTER in the run game today.

    our running game is looking better every week, or at least every 2 weeks, and he's one of the big reasons.
    He was hobbling badly . In Wilson's TD run he was practically blocking in one leg. Don't know how he's doing but Big Blue is going to need him on the field next week at SF. He bring a lot to the table in the running game and always a threat down the field on seam routes.

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    Not sure why the coaching staff would keep him out there on a bad leg (knee) risking further injury knowing we are already paper thin at the recieving dept and with the niners on deck. If he misses any extended time due to this then it was really not smart on their behalf IMO
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    I hope he is will be there for us against SF, he's a huge asset. San Fran has the #1 D against the run and #2 verses the pass, we will need all hands on deck next week. Maybe need to try that up tempo no huddle ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by miked1958 View Post
    Not sure why the coaching staff would keep him out there on a bad leg (knee) risking further injury knowing we are already paper thin at the recieving dept and with the niners on deck. If he misses any extended time due to this then it was really not smart on their behalf IMO
    Once we were 3 scores up. The D should have been unleashed and Bennett should have been sat down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miked1958 View Post
    Not sure why the coaching staff would keep him out there on a bad leg (knee) risking further injury knowing we are already paper thin at the recieving dept and with the niners on deck. If he misses any extended time due to this then it was really not smart on their behalf IMO
    in an article in "news and notes" Bennett said Bradshaw asked him to try to get back on the field to block for him.

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