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Friday November 2nd, 2012

Giants defensive end Justin Tuck says he thinks the Steelers offensive line gets away with murder. (Al Bello/Getty Images)

The New York Giants seem to think a lot of teams get away with murder. Three weeks ago, Giants offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride targeted San Francisco 49ers defensive tackle Justin Smith drawing the ire of 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh.

This time it is Giants defensive end Justin Tuck who is calling out the Pittsburgh Steelers offensive line.  Steelers travel to New York to play the Giants on Sunday.

"I hope we get some holding calls because they have gotten away with murder," Tuck told ESPN. "They've done a very good job protecting Ben (Roethlisberger) -- they don't hold on every play. But we've seen a whole lot of it."
This isn't the first time Tuck has called out an opponent. He called the Atlanta Falcons offensive line "dirtbags" prior to the Giants beating the Falcons in the NFC wild-card playoff game last season.

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