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PFW in Progress Recap 11/11: Patriots - Giants Preview

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We're breaking down the top segments from Wednesday's edition of the PFW in Progress radio show so you don't miss a thing. Hit play on the podcast above and forward to the segments indicated below to listen.

0:03:00 -Fred Kirsch and Andy Hart began today's program with Paul and Erik having other media obligations. Fred excitedly proclaimed Wednesday the start of "Giants week".

0:07:00 -Andy Hart continued to be skeptical of Marcus Cannon's toe injury. Andy has been very outspoken that due to the injuries the Patriots have sustained on the offensive line Cannon needs to be on the field.

0:25:00 - Andy and Fred discussed Bill Belichick's coaching history when facing Tom Coughlin. Pat from Agawam was able to write into the show to clear up some confusion on Belichick's career record when facing teams coached by Coughlin.

0:31:00 -Erik Scalavino arrived in the studio with at attendance report from Patriots practice.

0:36:00 -Briana Palma of Patriots.comjoined the show as a special guest. She wanted the show's audience to help her come up with creative holiday gift ideas for Patriots fans.

0:40:00 -Paul Perillo joined the show and Fred Kirsch wanted his feeling heading into Sunday's game with the Giants.

1:05:00 -The show's discussion shifted to concerns over players not spotted at today's Patriots practice.

1:30:00 - The crew talked about the play of tight end Rob Gronkowski and where the Patriots would be without him.

1:40:00 -The guys struggled to recall when past Patriots tight ends or wide receivers lined up in the backfield. With the loss of Dion Lewis the boys brainstormed as to how that void will be filled.

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