Giants Notes

The Giants emerged from the game physically unscathed<BR><BR>

Jim Fassel said he intends to stick with rookie Carson Dach as his snapper, despite the low field goal snaps in Washington. "I was concerned about that, very concerned about that," Fassel said. "That is why along with a number of other reasons, I was not going to run, there were no more runs, once I got that thing centered in the middle of the field (before the game-winning field goal) it was over. He has been snapping good, his punt snaps were good and his field goals prior to that were good. The last two were shaky and I thought (Jeff) Feagles did a great job of getting it down, especially on the last one."

* RT Chris Bober and C Wayne Lucier both improved in their second game as starters at new positions. Fassel said he plans to keep the current offensive line alignment for the foreseeable future.

* Fassel said the Giants emerged from the game physically unscathed. Defensive tackle Keith Hamilton, who missed the game with a pulled hamstring, "should be 100 percent" for the Dolphins.

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