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Giants' injury updates: Craig Dahl, Marshall Newhouse suffer concussions

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The Giants lost, they also lost more players to injury.

Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports

The 2015 New York Giants are doing a tremendous job of channeling the 2009 New York Giants and ending a disappointing season with a whimper.

Of course, the injury bug wouldn't take an early winter break just because some players decided to pack it in early.

Shortly after being burned by Kyle Rudolph for a touchdown, safety Craig Dahl was ruled out of the game with a concussion. With the loss of Dahl and Cooper Taylor still dealing with a concussion of his own, the Giants are left with just Landon Collins and Brandon Meriweather as their only safeties.

Later, after an Eli Manning interception, right tackle Marshall Newhouse was ruled out with a concussion as well. Rookie Bobby Hart got more playing time in relief of Newhouse.

That play also saw Ereck Flowers as slow to get up and appeared to be limping off the field. He has been dealing with a sprained ankle most of the season.

Later, Jason Pierre-Paul was also injured chasing down Teddy Bridgewater. He was taken off the field to have his ankle taped.

And finally, the Giant's 2016 draft position is officially questionable after the Giants' loss, but also a loss by the Dallas Cowboys to the Buffalo Bills -- can't Rex do anything right?