A bonus for you this morning. Since the Texans probably have the most awesome cheerleaders in the league, and this is better than looking at Shaun O'Hara or Brian Cushing. (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images)
Good morning, New York Giants fans! And it is a good morning as we are still basking in Sunday's 10-sack, 17-3 beating of the Chicago Bears. Here are a few Giants-related notes for you from around the Inter-Google.
New diagnosis has O'Hara feeling better
For weeks, Giants center Shaun O’Hara was being treated for tendonosis in his left Achilles and was frustrated because he was getting worse, not better.
Apparently that’s because what he really had was bursitis in his left ankle.
That’s what O’Hara learned last week when he went to get a second opinion from Dr. Martin O’Malley, a foot and ankle specialist in Manhattan. That visit resulted in a change of treatment, which resulted in a dramatic change in O’Hara’s condition.
My take: Getting O'Hara back -- a healthy O'Hara -- would certainly be huge news for the Giants. Adam Koets has done pretty well, better than we could have hoped, replacing O'Hara. He is not a Pro Bowl center, however. O'Hara is.
Texans get back Cushing to face Giants - NYPOST.com
HOUSTON -- The Houston Texans are off to the best start in franchise history, and they’ve done it without some of their top players.