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NFL Betting: Giants’ Baas and Cruz were both injured
By Andrew Scott Tuesday, 20 August 2013 03:52
The New York Giants’ NFL betting fans were very concerned when they found out that David Baas and Victor Cruz, two key starters, were both injured during the opening drive of their preseason game on Sunday night against the Indianapolis Colts.
Pay per head sportsbooks found out that Cruz, Pro Bowl wide receiver for the Giants, and a very big favourite with football betting fans, suffered a bruised heel, while starting center Baas had a sprained left knee. Both players had negative x-rays.
Cruz left from the locker room out of uniform later in the first quarter. Then he returned to the locker room.
It was not clear how Cruz hurt his foot. Pay per head sportsbooks saw that Eli Manning tried to make a long pass to Cruz, who beat two Colts defenders. However, after Manning’s pass was underthrown, Cruz ended up being tied up with a Colts defender, and the Colts were then flagged for pass interference.
Baas’ lower left leg was rolled up by a Colts player, and it was then examined on the sideline before the player went into the locker room. Price per head services then saw that the center was replaced by Jim Cordle on the first drive.
This past offseason, Baas went through surgery on several body parts – the player would not reveal what was repaired – and he was hoping to play this season free of pain.
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NFL betting fans were happy to see that last weekend, in the Giants’ preseason-opening win over Pittsburgh, Cruz had a 57-yard touchdown catch from Manning and did not show signs of rust after he missed most of the offseason team training because of his contract negotiations. Before training camp, the Giants locked up Cruz to a $45.879 million, six-year contract.
Pay per head sportsbooks and the Giants’ NFL betting fans will follow developments on these players, and wish them a very swift recovery, as they know just how valuable they are the team.