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New York Giants' news and notes: Questions, questions and more questions


Good morning, New York Giants' fans! Here are some stories of interest for you on this Saturday morning.

Tom Coughlin is tired of answering questions about the Giants' pass rush:

"This question has been asked 9,000 times and I’ve answered it 9,000 times and it will probably take an offseason to maybe analyze it even further," Coughlin said. "I think the first thing you do on defense is stop the run. If you stop the run, I think you rush the passer pretty well."

Chris Snee is one of the Giants who are questionable Sunday, but the veteran guard expects to play against the Baltimore Ravens:

"I've only missed five in my career and that was circumstances I couldn't really control. This time of year, everyone plays through pain," Snee said. "I'm not saying I'm dealing with any more than what other guys are dealing with. I'm upright and I was moving around, so I'll be good to go."

Now for a look around the Inter-Google for some linkage.

Pete's Pics: Where the Giants' defense went wrong -
Jason Pierre-Paul, my preseason pick to be the NFL Defensive Player of the Year, leads the Giants with 6 1/2 sacks, which ties him for 33rd in the league. As a team, the Giants are 12th in sacks per pass play, which isn't bad, but they are 26th in third-down efficiency, which is a reflection of their lack of pass rush. The Giants have 32 sacks as a team.

Giants' Justin Tuck unsure if he'll play Sunday, says it's time for the defensive line to step up |

Dave Blezow: Now’s not the time to bail on New York Giants, who will cover as 2-point favorites on road vs. Baltimore Ravens -

New York Giants, Pittsburgh Steelers desperate for win -