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“He is a leader out there for the offense and the defense because you love seeing that big son of a gun try to run,” Ingram said. “Now they are to try to chop him. Who wouldn’t try to chop a 6-foot-4 back? Most people wouldn’t even put him there. But when he does have a chance, and you see people go that way (north-and-south), it motivates everybody on the sideline.
“That’s why you love having that guy on the team. The Giants have always been about physical play and he is your physical specimen.”
“It’s so different when you are playing for real,” Gilbride said, “than what you are doing in the preseason.”
“We want him to have it,” Gilbride said. “But you have only have so many plays in a game and only do so many things. There are some people who say ‘you’re not running the ball or only teams that run win.’ None of that ever concerned me. It’s are we moving the ball that week and giving the team a chance to win and then you deal with the fallout afterward.
“If we are running the ball well, they are all going to get carries.”
NOTES: DE Justin Tuck, DE Osi Umenyiora, S Kenny Phillips and G Chris Snee did not practice on Tuesday. … The Giants were supposed to get a contract-mandated four days off because of the bye week, but coach Tom Coughlin gave the team an extra day because they were “organized” and got everything done early.
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