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Giants defensive coordinator Perry Fewell and offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride both worked for the Buffalo Bills at one point in their careers. Facing them now should be an interesting experience, according to our friend at Giants.com, Michael Eisen.
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Bills former interim head coach Perry Fewell runs the Giants defense. Though there are still a good number of players on Buffalo’s roster from that 2009 season when Fewell ran the Bills for the last half of the year, there’s no indication in the locker room that facing Fewell now will stir up any added motivation.
“Really a lot has happened since then and there’s been a lot...
Since Offensive Coordinator Kevin Gilbride seems to still have the same play sheet from 1991, I will put together the projected game plan for the NY Giants from here on out. Make sure you check back every week for my opinion on what the G-men should do on offense against their opponent.
Warning: My game plan will be progressive and daring! The complete opposite of the usual Giants’...
The New York Giants may have to endure another week without defensive stalwarts Justin Tuck and possibly Osi Umenyiora, but defensive coordinator Perry Fewell has considered a plan to help the Giants D prevent big plays by the Buffalo Bills offense this Sunday-- wristbands. Don't be shocked to see the some Giants defensive players wearing mini-playbooks on their forearms-- and...
Perry Fewell says he saw "an excellent quarterback" in Ryan Fitzpatrick. So when Fewell took over as the Buffalo Bills' interim head coach late in the 2009 season, one of his first acts was to name Fitzpatrick his starting QB.
New York Giants defensive coordinator Perry Fewell isn't putting any extra emphasis on coming up with a gameplan for the Buffalo Bills this weekend. Forget that Fewell was the Bills' interim coach for the final seven games of the 2009 season, or that they passed him over and chose Chan Gailey to become the coach the following season.
New York Giants defensive coordinator Perry Fewell isn't putting any extra emphasis on coming up with a gameplan for the Buffalo Bills this weekend.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) - New York Giants defensive coordinator Perry Fewell isn't putting any extra emphasis on coming up with a gameplan for the Buffalo Bills this weekend.Forget that Fewell was the Bills' interim coach for the final seven games of the 2009 season, or that they passed him ...
Thursday is the day the Giants, three coordinators hold their media sessions.
Giants’ defensive coordinator Perry Fewell, who was the former head coach of the Buffalo Bills, on what he can tell his current players about his former team:
“I can definitely give them my insight on how their players play, what I think their strengths and weaknesses are. I’ve tried to do that and...
Eli Manning downplayed the effectiveness of the no-huddle offense earlier in the week and Kevin Gilbride explained why it is impractical yesterday.