EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - OCTOBER 30: Eli Manning #10 of the New York Giants celebrates a touchdown pass in the second quarter against the Miami Dolphins at MetLife Stadium on October 30, 2011 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Nick Laham/Getty Images)

Giants Injury Update: Justin Tryon Likely Out For Year With Broken Arm

Cornerback undergoing surgery today, likely lost for season

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New York Giants Monday Injury Update: Justin Tryon Out With Broken Arm

Reserve cornerback Justin Tryon will likely miss the rest of the New York Giants’ season after suffering a broken arm in Sunday’s 20-17 victory over the Miami Dolphins. Tryon is reportedly undergoing surgery today.

Now for the amazing part. Tryon apparently played the final two quarters of the game with the broken arm. He made a tremendous tackle on Miami punt returner Reggie Bush late in the fourth quarter, grabbing Bush by the ankles and not letting go until help arrived.

Giants coach Tom Coughlin called Tryon’s effort “an inspiration to me.”

Tryon was signed as a free agent just a few weeks ago, and had become a dependable extra cornerback and special teams gunner. Tryon was released earlier this season by the Indianapolis Colts.

In other injury news, center David Baas (knee) is day-to-day and there is no word at this point on the severity of the hamstring injury suffered by wide reeceiver Hakeem Nicks.


Giants 20, Dolphins 17: A First Look Back

Here is a quick first look back at the New York Giants’ 20-17 victory Sunday over the Miami Dolphins.

It Was Over When …

Corey Webster of the Giants intercepted a pass by Miami’s Matt Moore on fourth-and-23 with 1:54 remaining. Miami had no timeouts left, so the Giants were able to run out the clock.

Turning Point Of The Game

Giants’ fans won’t like this one, but it was a very questionable pass interference call on Miami’s Brandon Marshall. Rather than Miami getting a first down at their 47-yard line while holding a 17-13 lead they were pushed back to their own 17, and wound up punting to the Giants with 8:43 remaining. The Giants scored the winning touchdown on their next possession.

Three Up

- Eli Manning went 31-for-45 for 349 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions. He had no help from the Giants’ running game and his receivers dropped five balls, yet Manning was still brilliant. And victorious.

- The Giants’ pass rush showed up huge, with four sacks during Miami’s final two possessions.

- Victor Cruz caught seven balls for 99 yards, including the game-winning touchdown.

Three Down

- The Giants’ run defenese was porous, allowing Reggie Bush to run for 103 yards on just 15 carries. Bush has two 100-yard rushing games in his career, both against the Giants.

- Brandon Jacobs had a miserable day. He complained last week that he would have to leave New York to get a chance to be a No. 1 back again, and then went out and flopped. He carried four times for just 10 yards, dropped a handoff and dropped a pass.

- The Giants’ running game was, again, awful. New York totaled 58 yards rushing on 23 carries, an average of 2.5 yards per running play. Terrible.


Giants 20, Dolphins 17: Eli Manning, Giants Rally Past Miami

The message from coach Tom Coughlin to his New York Giants team all season has been clear — finish games. Sunday, for the fourth time this season the Giants won a game that was in doubt in the closing minutes, rallying from a 17-10 deficit to win, 20-17, at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J.

Manning completed 31-of-45 passes for 349 yards and two touchdowns, throwing the game-winning 25-yard touchdown pass to Victor Cruz with 6:06 to play. The Giants defense then turned away the Dolphins twice, sacking Miami quarterback Matt Moore four times on the final two drives. Corey Webster sealed the victory for New York, intercepting Moore on fourth-and-23 with 1:54 to play.

The Giants trailed 14-10 at halftime and 17-10 entering the third quarter as the Dolphins made a strong bid for their first victory.

New York closed to within 17-13 when Lawrence Tynes made a 29-yard field goal with 10:43 to play.

The winning drive was a six-play, 53-yard march.

The Giants, again, did not run the ball well. They compiled only 58 yards rushing. Cruz caught seven passes for 99 yards, Hakeem Nicks caught six for 67 yards and Mario Manningham six for 63 yards and one touchdown.

Moore was 13-for-22 for 138 yards for Miami. Reggie Bush gained 103 yards rushing on just 15 carries.

New York faces New England next Sunday.

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