Giants Injury Report, Week 15: Chris Snee leaves with hip ailment

Nick Laham

Among the many problems New York currently has, it now has to be concerned with the health of Chris Snee going forward.

The New York Giants suffered their worst defeat in quite a while against the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday, losing 34-0.

It was the first time they have been shutout since 1996, when the Philadelphia Eagles turned the trick on Big Blue. Unfortunately for New York, it also sustained a few injuries along the way, potentially making life a bit more difficult in the weeks ahead with a playoff spot hanging in the balance.

Right guard Chris Snee had to be removed from the game after he went down with a hip injury. It was a tough one to take for Tom Coughlin's group, who was already having a tough time blocking Atlanta's defensive front.

On the other side of the ball, Chris Canty suffered a burner, keeping his right arm motionless. He obviously couldn't return to the contest.

Corner Jayron Hosley also was nicked up after starting in place of the injured Prince Amukamara, but was able to stay in after getting a balky ankle taped.

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