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For Chris Snee, the fog has lifted.
Snee sat on Sunday with lingering concussion symptoms. He initially suffered the head injury last Sunday against Seattle.
He said he'd been feeling a little groggy for most of the week. But on Sunday, he felt better.
And he fully expects to play on Oct. 30 when the Giants return from their bye to face the Miami Dolphins.
"I better be," the guard said. "I can’t take another game watching [from the sideline.]"
Snee said he will go through tests on Tuesday before he gets cleared to take the field.
Kevin Boothe filled in for Snee on Sunday against the Bills. The Giants didn't seem to miss a beat.
Ahmad Bradshaw ran for 104 yards and three touchdowns. Eli Manning was not sacked and was hit just once.
Snee was not surprised by Boothe's success.
"I have no doubts about Kevin," Snee said. "I don’t think anyone in this organization did. He’s a guy who I’ve said for a long time … should be a starter in this league."