I can’t believe we saw what happened on Sunday with the Giants … losing the starting defender, running back and getting injured. It’s not the same game in a season. The Giants beat Dallas 44-20, 1-4, and their best players are on the shelf for at least a few games. It really was a disaster in Dallas, and there aren’t many positive aspects to removing it beyond Kadarius Toney’s wildlife performance.
For a deep dive into the game and all the injuries, we bring you a new episode of the Blue Rush podcast with Lawrence Tynes and Paul Schwartz. Me and Tynes interviewed two-time Giants Super Bowl champion defender Dave Tollefson in the second half of the show, Sunday, before the 10th anniversary ceremony, at the 2011 Super Bowl Championship team’s MetLife Stadium.
Blue Rush podcast with Paul, Lawrence and Jake:
- Injuries: Have we ever seen such an injury? Daniel Jones ’injury is terrible. It can be a week, it can be up to a month. It’s hard to say how the brain will shake and how it will react. Saquon Barkley will miss at least two games and will be determined from here. Kenny Golladay is still TBD, but that could be from week to week. This team squeezed Dallas as hard as it could.
- TONEY: This kid is exceptionally talented. Tynes was not opposed to the strike because he supported his teammate. He learns from this. He has a unique talent and will probably break Odell Beckham’s records more, as he did on Sunday. It’s hard not to love the skill he gave to the giants.
Interview with Dave Tollefson:
The two-time Giants Super Bowl champion came to a defensive end
- Defense: This team lacks the depth of his Giants team. At the time, their reserves were a starting point for most teams. They don’t fall into good situations to rush a strong down. The loss of Dalvin Tomlinson was a huge loss for this defensive front.
- JPP: He is the most talented defender he has ever played. He was on fire and explosive before the post.
- JONES: Everything around him collapsed. They will keep it for at least $ 4 million next year and possibly for a fifth year. There were so many moving parts and injuries around it that it was hard to read.
- YEARS OF SUPER BOWL GIVANS: They had great chemistry. Dave knew their coffee orders and would bring coffee to everyone. Zach DeOssie prepared a milkshake for everyone. The practices were fun, the food was good, and everyone worked tirelessly. It’s too early for anything right now because of Tom Coflin.
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