Plaxico Burress has been one of the most dependable players on the Giants for some time. He suddenly…
Depth Definitely a Giant Strength
Two weeks earlier, the Giants were unwilling to tolerate a lesser incident involving a more prominent member of their team, the less problematic Plaxico Burress. How these NFC East rivals handled these off-the-field occurrences is indicative of another difference between the defending Super Bowl champions and the team most prognosticators picked to win the division this season. The Giants are deeper than the Cowboys, who would've been without Jones and injured Terence Newman Sunday against Arizona had they suspended Jones. In fact, the Giants might have more depth than any team in the league. That's why they were so confident entering their blowout win against Seattle on Oct. 5. Even without Burress, they know they've got receivers who can stretch the field. That's where they're deepest, too, with Burress, Amani Toomer, Domenik Hixon, Steve Smith, Sinorice Moss and Mario Manningham. Some teams don't have two or three receivers who can consistently make plays. The Giants have five...
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