Week Two was absolutely devastating for the New York Giants while the Seattle Seahawks lost a TE.
DT Damon Harrison - Abdominal Tear (5 weeks)
LG Mackenzy Bernadeau - Shoulder Tear (4 weeks)
RG John Jerry - Dislocated Ankle (4 weeks)
The Giants lost two starting offensive linemen in week two, which could be disastrous for protecting QB Eli Manning and could spell trouble in the run game. Time will tell if the veteran will be able to avoid injury and a high sack count. In addition to the injuries to Bernadeau and Jerry, star defensive tackle Damon Harrison is out with an abdominal tear for five weeks. With the Giants in the very competitive NFC East, this could be a slippery slope to start the season.
Disaster Rating: 9/10
The defensive line is still extremely talented but the offensive line has taken a ton of hits already if you include the preseason. Luckily, the injuries will be over in the next five weeks and not for the rest of the season.
TE Luke Willson – Abdominal Tear (3 weeks)
Willson may be Jimmy Graham’s backup, but he’s still a solid option for QB Russell Wilson. The loss will be felt to a degree but Seattle can overcome his absence.
Disaster Rating: 2/10
Three weeks isn’t that long and Willson isn’t even the starter although he can be valuable in certain formations and in the red zone.