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    Giants' Roster Breakdown: Henry Hynoski

    http://www.bigblueview.com/2013/7/2/...ki-vonta-leach

    Excerpt: "Henry Hynoski's knee injury might make the Giants and others realize just how valuable Hynoski is to the team's offense.

    Henry Hynoski emerged as an important member of the New York Giants offense in 2012. How important? Now that Hynoski's status is in doubt due to a knee injury there has been lots of chatter about whether or not the Giants should try to bring in Vonta Leach, a three-time All-Pro considered the top fullback in the game, to replace him. Let's spotlight Hynoski as we continue looking at the 90-man roster the Giants will bring to training camp.

    2012 Season In Review

    Hynoski, in his second season as an undrafted free agent from Pittsburgh, emerged as one of the NFL's premier fullbacks. The 6-foot-1, 266-pound Hynocerous developed into a devastating run blocker (+7.6 per PFF) and began finding the ball in his hands a bit more often. He caught 12 passes for 83 yards and got the first five carries of his NFL career, gaining 20 yards. He also got to do this for the first time:" Read more...
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    The 6-foot-1, 266-pound Hynocerous

    readding it quickly its like a 6 foot 1,266 pound hynocerous.....lol
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    I think Hynoski should forget targets and improve his health as much as possible.

    hes a beast and we need him in the lineup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigBlue1971 View Post
    I think Hynoski should forget targets and improve his health as much as possible.

    hes a beast and we need him in the lineup.
    It's just being optimistic. As long as he follows medical advice he should be fine whenever he returns
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    Ironic you should use the words "breakdown" and "Hynoski" in the same title

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