The D-line is the Giants' heart
Pass-rushers give New York an edge -- and Brady nightmares
Back in early September, after the New York Giants had finished a brisk Friday afternoon practice, general manager Jerry Reese reclined in the chair behind his spacious desk while fielding questions from a reporter. The discussion focused on the prolific passing numbers generated by offenses around the league and how defensive backfields might handle the barrage.
Reese kept shaking his head in amazement while lamenting how dangerous the league's quarterbacks had become. It was hard enough ...
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