Giants vs. Panthers 2013 injury report: Corey Webster doubtful for New York; Mikkel, D.J. Moore out for Carolina

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Both secondaries should be limited on Sunday, with Corey Webster most likely not suiting up and two Panthers defensive backs ruled out.

With their preseason pedigrees, the Giants and Panthers could be the class of 0-2 NFL teams. The Giants aren't too far removed from a Super Bowl win and the Panthers have one of the best front sevens in football. Oh, and Cam Newton. But the results haven't been there this season, with Carolina losing tight games against Buffalo and Seattle. The Giants were rocked by the Cowboys and Broncos, with Eli Manning now 0-3 against his big brother.

Eli could be facing his best matchup this season, with the Panthers missing two of their starting defensive backs. Safety Quentin Mikkel and D.J. Moore will not start against the Giants, with secondary mates James Dockery and Josh Thomas questionable as well.

The Giants secondary is most likely hampered as well, with Corey Webster doubtful to suit up. Ten-year starter and Pro Bowl tackle David Diehl will sit out, along with backup tight end Adrien Robinson.

Giants injury report

Out:

T David Diehl (thumb)
TE Adrien Robinson (foot)

Doubtful:

CB Corey Webster (hip)

Probable:

G Brandon Mosley (back)
QB Ryan Nassib (foot)
WR Hakeem Nicks (personal)

Panthers injury report

Out:

S Quentin Mikkel (ankle)
CB D.J. Moore (knee)
RB Kenjon Barner (foot)

Questionable:

CB Josh Thomas (concussion)
DT Dwan Edwards (thigh)
CB James Dockery (thumb)

Probable:

CB Josh Norman (thigh)
FB Mike Tolbert (knee)
LB Thomas Davis (leg)
TE Ben Hartsock (foot)
LB Jon Beason (knee)

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