Up next: Southern Columbia grad Henry Hynoski and his New York Giants' teammates get a much-needed week off. The Giants will next host the Green Bay Packers, Sunday, Nov. 25 with kickoff set for 8:20 p.m. and broadcasted on NBC.

Last week: The Giants lost by their biggest margin of the season last week, 31-13, to the Cincinnati Bengals. Hynoski (No. 45), the Giants' starting fullback, had one carry for five yards. His season totals are three carries for 12 yards and seven catches for 32 yards.

In the media: Hynoski was picked as the NFC Pro Bowl selection in an article by New York Times writer Andy Benoit. Benoit wrote in a story that appeared Nov. 7 that Hynoski, "At times has almost been like a sixth offensive lineman coming out of the backfield."

Following @HenryHynoski on Twitter: It's probably old news by now, but Hyno decided to come home during the bye week.

"Headin home to good ole central Pa for a few days...time to rest up our bodies and come back stronger than ever...we believe!"