It looks like the New York Giants could head into Sunday's night game against the Dallas Cowboys once again fielding a makeshift offensive line. Coach Tom Coughlin Wednesday said that starting center David Baas' injury is "much more serious than a headache."
"That was what he brought to the medical people on Sunday but there is a lot more to it. As a matter of fact, he is having tests today and he has spent the last few days doing tests," Coughlin said.
Baas, of course, did not practice Wednesday. He did not play Sunday against the Green Bay Packers.
That means that Kevin Boothe will likely once again play center Sunday and Mitch Petrus will be at left guard. That duo actually helped the Giants have one of their best rushing performances of the season Sunday against the Green Bay Packers.
Full injury report details will be available later either here or over at SB Nation New York.