Cunning Receiver Kadarius Tony He’s good at turning around, but it’s not a good sign that he’s set back with the Giants’ injury reports.
Three days before the Giants face the Cowboys, Tony (Hamstrings) was downgraded from restricted practice attendance on Thursday to no practice on Friday.
The Giants only held walkthroughs, so attendance at practice is presumed, and it’s even more unusual to see a change in status, especially considering Tony first injured his hamstring in mid-August. And he played despite last week’s report.
When asked if he was in danger or not playing against the Panthers last week, Tony recently said, “I was on it, I was off it, the game played, we “It was a matter of mindset. It’s all about what you want to do and what you want to achieve.”
Nothing else changed on Friday’s injury report, with DB’s Justin Lane (concussion), Nick McLeod (hamstring), Aaron Robinson (appendix), DL Leonard Williams (knee), Tony and his fellow WR Wandale Robinson (knee) was listed. My arms are numb. DB’s Dane Belton (clavicle) and Jason Pinnock (shoulder), OLB’s Aziz Ojulari (calf) and Kavon Thibodeau (knee), and C John Feliciano (shin) were projected as limited participants. rice field.
giants Practice on Saturdays when you will be assigned “suspect” and “suspect” status. Tony had a career-high of 10 catches for 189 yards before being ejected in a single career match against the Cowboys.
Defensive coordinator Wink Martindale, 59, says he wants to become head coach as soon as possible.
But these days, those jobs seem to go mostly to young, aggressive candidates. So Martindale, who interviewed to become the Giants’ head coach before the job transitioned to Joe Judge in 2020, was expressing a bit of frustration when he made comments on Cowboys fill-in quarterback Cooper Rush. There is a possibility. Rush’s command of the offense will likely lead him to coaching after his career is over.
“He’s going to be one of those cats who will be an offensive coordinator and head coach by the time he’s 38 or 39,” Martindale said.
Saquon Barkley is 0-6 in six games with the Cowboys. He averaged 94.5 yards of scrimmage per matchup with two total touchdowns. Any additional motivation to get over the hump?
“We don’t need fire,” Berkeley said. “Throughout the offseason, I had plenty of motivation for the season as a whole. My mindset is to try to be the best player I can be to help this team win games. We’re off to a good start, but we have to keep this thing going.”
The Giants scored just six points in the first half, scoring one or zero first downs on eight of their 11 first-half possessions in two games.
Offensive coordinator Mike Kafka said, “Our emphasis is on the communication part at the line of scrimmage: player-to-player, coach-to-layer, coach-to-coach.” “We took a step back within ourselves and said, ‘Okay, how can we make this scheme cleaner?’ How can we describe this kind of situation in more detail?” I think that time will see us get off to a faster start if we can start building on top of that. ”
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has noticed an improvement in the Giants.
“I saw how the Giants got to 2-0 and played enough to get there,” Jones said on Audacy’s 105.3-FM The Fan on Friday. “They are a much better team than last year. The fact that they are 2-0 with him will encourage them to do better.”
the giants two takeouts Coordinator Thomas McGoy said in two games of special teams that create “momentum.”
“I tell them all the time,” added McGaughey.