The Giants offensive line won't be completely healthy on Sunday against the Jets, to say the least. So what should our expectations be?

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At worst, Giants offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz is out for the next four weeks, minimum. On top of that. LG Justin Pugh and C Weston Richburg are doubtful, although both practiced on Wednesday (limited), which is a good sign.

"If you look at the way we ended last week in the fourth quarter, we played well," said Schwartz, to "Armen and Levack" on 104.5 The Team. "We moved the ball, we scored, obviously.

"The first couple of quarters weren’t how we planned it and that’s going to be the case some times when you have guys playing new positions. I thought early on we ran the ball well.

"Once the offensive line started to gel and working together, Bobby Hart came to right guard and John Jerry moved to right guard, Dallas Reynolds in the middle hadn’t played with any of those guys. It just takes time. They started well in the fourth quarter. With a whole week of practice, they should be able to work some kinks out.

"Hopefully the guys are ready to go because the Jets defensive line is legit. They have the number one rush defense in the NFL. We’re going to have to be on our game to be able to win this weekend."

Giants offensive lineman Geoff Schwarts joins "Armen and Levack" every Tuesday at 5:15p ET, sponsored by McLane Food Service.