New York Giants injuries: Ahmad Bradshaw and Justin Tuck are questionable

Nick Laham

The Giants play a critical game against the Baltimore Ravens this Sunday.

The New York Giants are currently sitting at the bottom of a pile of four 8-6 teams in the NFC playoff race. Just one, the Minnesota Vikings, hold a playoff spot. When the Giants face the Baltimore Ravens this Sunday, it's a must-win game as a loss combined with a win from any team ahead of them, including the Washington Redskins, who lead the NFC East at 8-6, eliminates the Giants from the playoffs.

The Giants could be fighting for their playoff lives without running back Ahmad Bradshaw. His knee and foot inssues kept him limited in practice and he's questionable for Sunday's game. Tight end Travis Beckum is also questionable with a knee injury while guard Chris Snee (hip) and center David Baas (hip/shoulder) share the questionable listing.

Defensively, the Giants could be without defensive end Justin Tuck who is listed as questionable. Tuck didn't practice because of a shoulder injury. Safeties Kenny Phillips and Tyler Sash are also listed as questionable because of knee and hamstring injuries, respectively.

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