Shaun O'Hara was typically gracious about his Pro Bowl nod, the only Giant to make the roster.
"It's definitely an honor," O'Hara said. "As a lineman, you're always uneasy to get any personal recognition. But it's a big honor for the entire offensive line. It's a reflection of our line as a whole."
Probably not. That offensive line was not the power line of the last two seasons, and there will likely be change in a starting unit that had played a record 38 straight games intact before right tackle Kareem McKenzie missed Week 7 against Arizona with a groin injury.
Still, O'Hara was probably the steadiest of the bunch, which also had left tackle David Diehl and right guard Chris Snee voted to first alternate status.
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