Giants-Titans Game Moved to 4:15PM: The Giants-Titans game has been moved from a 1:00PM start to a 4:15PM start on November 26th as part of the NFL’s new flexible scheduling policy.

November 13, 2006 New York Giants Injury Report: There was still no official word on the status of LT Luke Petitgout, who suffered a fracture in his left fibula against the Bears. But Head Coach Tom Coughlin did not sound optimistic yesterday. “I have not had a chance to really talk to the doctors or collect all of the information,” Coughlin said. “Let’s just say that that discussion is forthcoming and the injury is a serious injury. It will require a certain amount of time, obviously, just for recovery. But the final decision on that (whether it’s a season-ender) has not yet been made.”

HB Tiki Barber sprained his thumb against the Bears, but Coughlin said he will play against the Jaguars on Monday night.

CB Sam Madison aggravated his hamstring injury in the game. Coughlin and Madison both claim that the injury is not as bad as the original one he suffered against Dallas that kept him out of two games, but it is not currently known when he will be able to return to the playing field. “The first week (after the initial injury), I wasn’t able to walk. It was that sore,” Madison said. “At least now, I’m able to move around. It’s not as bad as it was when I did it a few weeks ago.”

DE Michael Strahan (foot) still believes he will be back on the field sooner rather than later. “(Team physician Russ Warren) is more on the cautious side,” Strahan said. “He wants to make sure we’re smart with it and that’s why I’m still in a boot, staying off of it…I have an idea (of when I should be able to return), but I’m not telling you guys. Nothing’s ever out, but if I don’t make it back by the time I want to, I will be disappointed.”

Giants Work Out WR Peter Warrick: Adam Schefter of The NFL Network is reporting that the Giants have worked out unrestricted free agent WR Peter Warrick.

Quotes: OT Bob Whitfield on his play against the Bears: “I was angry when it was happening. To have four big, game-changing plays – two sacks, a holding penalty, and not getting the tackle on the field goal return – that weighs heavily on my damn heart. I don’t take it easy or take it lightly. I feel like I lost the (bleeping) game. I feel like I let the team down…I’m a shut-down tackle. So I’ve got to start playing like that at every opportunity, whether I know I’m going to start or whether I’m coming off the bench in crunch time. You play like you’re a shut-down guy at every opportunity and then you walk off with a smile on your face. But until this Jacksonville game, I’m one angry mother(bleeper).”

PK Jay Feely on the Giants’ lack of coverage on the 108-yard return play in the game against the Bears: “We didn’t cover it with the enthusiasm we should have.”

TE Visanthe Shiancoe on the 108-yard return: “It looked like people were kind of relaxed. We didn’t know it was going to be short like that. That’s no excuse, though. We should cover that. We practice that every day.”