Published November 11, 2012
| Associated Press
CINCINNATI – Rookie Trevor Robinson starts at center for the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, giving the New York Giants' defensive line an advantage.
Both Robinson and veteran center Jeff Faine have been bothered by hamstring injuries. They had to split time during a 31-23 loss to Denver last week.
Receiver Brandon Tate starts a second straight game for Armon Binns, bothered by an ankle injury.
The Giants had their usual starting lineup even though several players were limited during the week. Receiver Hakeem Nicks was limited in practice by a knee injury, and running back Ahmad Bradshaw is in the lineup despite a foot injury that forced him to skip practice on Friday.
Former Bengals linebacker Keith Rivers is inactive for the Giants.
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