Until former Dallas Cowboys Offensive tackle Flozell Adams stuck his leg out and tripped NY Giants Defensive End, Justin Tuck in September of 2009. That "bush league" play by Adams cost Justin Tuck more than a shoulder injury...it cost Tuck a season of mediocre play.
A year later a healthy Justin Tuck is back and showcasing to the NFL why he is a dominant player.
2009 - 59 tackles/6 sacks(16 games)
2010 - 32 tackles/4 sacks(5 games)
While Tuck may never pull down 16 sacks due to the double teams, the Tight End chips and the running back zone blocks, I am confident that No. 91, the new found leader on this team will rack up 112 tackles in a Pro Bowl quality year. The Giants success revolves around his ability to shut down the run and his ability to get up field and make quarterbacks cry.