Giants WR Hakeem Nicks says he feels 'real good' physically
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Giants WR Hakeem Nicks says he feels 'real good' physically

Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks didn't play in Week 12 because, according to head coach Tom Coughlin, a groin injury kept him from practicing enough. Nicks says he could have played against the Cowboys, but that's in the past. And that extra week off has Nicks feeling "real good" physically heading into Sunday night's game versus the Redskins.
"I think I showed them enough this week in practice," Nicks said. "So, I think everything will be good to go."

Fantasy Analysis:

Nicks has been a full-season bust. He hasn't topped 50 yards since Week 6 and still hasn't scored a touchdown. Even against the Redskins' abhorrent pass defense, he is a desperation play as a flex/WR3.

New York Daily News

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I have played fantasy sports since 2001. I've played mostly in fantasy football and baseball leagues. I wrote for FFToolbox from 2002-2005 and re-joined in 2009.

I was an undergraduate from the University of Central Florida, and a master's graduate from Cal State University, Northridge specializing in journalism/mass communication. I make my home in Long Beach, Calif.

While I grew up in California, my favorite football team has always been the New York Giants.

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