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New York Giants

Stadium: MetLife Stadium | Coach: Tom Coughlin
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense29th67.0 (27th)202.0 (20th)
Defense15th100.0 (12th)241.5 (19th)

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Giants offensive line duo a question mark
by Chris Towers |

The Giants' offensive line could be a couple of players for Week 3 against the Texans, as tackles Charles Brown (shoulder) and James Brewer (back) are both considered questionable for Sunday's game.

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Markus Kuhn in good shape for Week 3
by Chris Towers |

Giants defensive lineman Markus Kuhn is officially probable for Week 3 against the Texans, after getting through the week in practice without limitation due to an ankle injury.

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Giants rule out three for Week 3
by Chris Towers |

The Giants have ruled out linebackers Jon Beason (foot) and Devon Kennard (hamstring) along with wide receiver Odell Beckham (hamstring) for Week 3 against the Texans. All three players sat out throughout the week of practice. 

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Coach believes Giants are getting better
by Chris Cwik |

Offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo has seen progress in the Giants offense, according to ESPN.

The team has gotten off to a slow start, particularly on offense. Despite that, McAdoo said he's seen some signs of progress with the whole offense, including quarterback Eli Manning. "I thought he had some comfort in his feet," McAdoo said. "He felt good about where he was going with the ball. That is encouraging to see." 

McAdoo went on to stress how good the team looked in practice Thursday. They'll have a chance to show off that improvement Week 3 against the Eagles.

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Jon Beason hopeful he can play Week 3
by Michael Hurcomb |

Although he didn't practice for a second straight day Thursday, Giants linebacker Jon Beason expressed optimism he might play Week 3 vs. Houston despite a foot injury.

"It feels a whole lot better, and when I say a whole lot, that is good," Beason said. "Not a little, based on the way it felt on Sunday. Sunday to Tuesday was huge."

Beason said he will travel to Charlotte, N.C., Friday to meet with renowned foot and ankle specialist Dr. Robert Anderson.

"Based on how it feels [I don't think it's fractured]," Beason said. "When I first did it [in June], I couldn't walk. Sunday night I felt I could walk on it. Monday I felt a little bit better. Tuesday I felt drastically better, which is good."

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