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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) -- A miffed Perry Fewell accused some members of the New York Giants defense of quitting in the blowout loss to the New Orleans Saints and he vowed that will not happen again.
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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - Perry Fewell admits actions speak louder than words, even offering up that cliche as part...
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Giants’ DC Perry Fewell was supposed to be the anti-Bill Sheridan. That he may be, but his results are proving that he is no different. The Giants’ defense is still vulnerable to big plays and they are destined to collapse again for the third season in a row.
Fewell still has some straws to grasp at. He has five games to prove...
The Giants are coming off a blowout loss to the Saints on Monday night, and things don’t get any easier in their next game. They’re set to face the undefeated Packers on Sunday, and defensive coordinator Perry Fewell is confident his team will fare well. According to Mike Garafolo of the Star-Ledger, Fewell told the [...]
A miffed Perry Fewell accused some members of the New York Giants defense of quitting in the blowout loss to the New Orleans Saints and he vowed that will not happen again. The Giants defensive coordinator says he was angry and disappointed the way his unit played in the 49-24 thrashing and he seemed certain that the defense would show up Sunday for what is now a crucial game against the...
Giants defensive coordinator Perry Fewell called out his defense after a poor game against the Saints.
You can read how Perry Fewell ripped his defense a new one and then tried to piece them back together so they can rip Aaron Rodgers a new one here, but I wanted to share some of his thoughts on two players in particular. They just happen to be the two likely starting defensive ends for this upcoming game.
A day after being verbally attacked by one of their own, Giants players refused to fire back at defensive coordinator Perry Fewell. Instead, the Giants defense reserved its emotional energy for Sunday and its goal of making life uncomfortable for Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Perry Fewellâs rant on his own players was a little unexpected today. Heâs normally a big cheerleader, but his rah-rahs turned into roars as he essentially lambasted the team for not playing with heart, with the âwill to win,â and for â although he did not use this particular word â quitting.
A miffed Perry Fewell accused some members of the New York Giants defense of quitting in the blowout loss to the New Orleans Saints and he vowed that will not happen again.
Giants defensive coordinator Perry Fewell lights a fire under his teamAPAARON VS. AARON: Giants CB Aaron Ross rushes Aaron Rodgers during the Packers’ beatdown of the Giants last season. Defensive coordinator Perry Fewell made an impassioned plea to get after Rodgers on Sunday.By Paul Schwartz - NY Post 12/2/11
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The aggressive words of New York Giants defensive coordinator Perry Fewell on Thursday about making Aaron Rodgers pay if he scrambles in Sunday's game had reached the Green Bay locker room by Friday morning.
And, well, they were not met with a simple shrug.
"He just put a lot of weight on his players," Packers tight end Jermichael Finley said in...
With more passion, fire and purpose than his players have shown recently, Perry Fewell ripped into his defense on Thursday the way he once expected it to rip through opponents. He hammered its hideous performance.
There is on thing about trying to go undefeated in the NFL: everyone is hoping you lose. This Sunday, the Giants host the 11-0 Green Bay Packers at MetLife Stadium, meeting of two teams seemingly headed in different directions.
Giants’ defensive coordinator Perry Fewell is still licking his wounds from Monday’s dismantling in New Orleans, but the NFL is a week-to-week affair...
You have to have a long memory to remember a time when it was a coach of the Giants, not the Jets, making headlines for their performance in a press conference.
It was Jim Fassel pushing all his chips into the middle of the table back in 2000 when he bet his own job on the team making it into the playoffs.
It worked out and the Giants won the NFC, but since then it has been Herman...
Whenever the Giants ignore a glaring need early in the draft to select a player who can get after the quarterback, the refrain from the team is the same.
"You can never have enough pass rushers."
When things are working the right way, that motto is one that makes Jerry Reese look very smart. His inability to turn up enough good linebackers and defensive backs gets hidden...