Harrington has reason to be nervous

Atlanta's patchwork offensive line will have its hands full on Monday night trying to protect Joey Harrington from the Giants' fierce pass rush, writes Len Pasquarelli.

Originally Published: October 14, 2007
By Len Pasquarelli | ESPN.com

ATLANTA -- With starting right offensive tackle Todd Weiner sidelined by arthroscopic knee surgery, New York Giants left defensive end Michael Strahan was scrambling last week for videotape of Tyson Clabo, the young blocker he will face on the Atlanta Falcons' undermanned line for Monday night's game at the Georgia Dome.

It was a fruitless pursuit because Clabo, who has primarily lined up at guard during his career, has never started a game at tackle.

Still, no video ...

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