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Cornerback Corey Webster was beaten for a game-tying touchdown pass to Stevie Johnson but also had two interceptions against Ryan Fitzpatrick, who came into the game with only four INTs all season. Webster on both picks was in man coverage on Johnson and jumped on underthrown passes.
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http://www.nj.com/giants/index.ssf/2011/10/giants_corey_webster_notches_t.htmlGiants cornerback Corey Webster lets out a yell after he intercepts a pass during the third quarter against the Buffalo Bills at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford. It was his first of two interceptions in the Giants' 27-24 win.By Zach Berman - Star Ledger 10/17/11
http://www.nj.com/giants/index.ssf/2011/10/giants-bills_game_review_a_loo.htmlGiants safeties coach David Merritt said cornerback Corey Webster's two-interception game against the Bills deserves a game ball. We agree.By Mike Garafolo - Star Ledger 10/17/11
The Bills have been terrific at capitalizing on mistakes but on Sunday against the Giants, the Bills made too many mistakes. Ryan Fitzpatrick had two passes intercepted by Corey Webster, the second one proving to be a pivotal play in the Giants 27-24 victory. With the game tied at 24, the Bills were driving for a potential go-ahead score when Webster picked off Fitzpatricks underthrown...
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A lot has been said about the two interceptions thrown by Ryan Fitzpatrick in last Sunday’s loss to the Giants outside the walls at One Bills Drive. After the game Fitz admitted the passes were underthrown. When asked what he can do to avoid those kinds of throws the Bills quarterback had a straightforward answer.
“Make the throw,” he said. ”Part of it was throwing it off...
Hear from quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick and running back Fred Jackson following the Bills' 27-24 defeat.
Bills QB Ryan Fitzpatrick
The surprising 4-1 Buffalo Bills charge into MetLife Stadium to face the 3-2 New York Giants.
Last week, the Giants fell at home, 36-25 to the Seattle Seahawks while the Bills took advantage of the sloppy Philadelphia Eagles in Buffalo, 31-24.
The Bills lead the all-time regular season series with the Giants, 6-4. The Giants have a 20‐17 overall record...
Frank GrayBGB EditorThe New York Giants (3-2) faced off with the Buffalo Bills (4-1) in an important game for both teams. The Giants needed to win before their bye week and the Bills needed the win to hold on to first place in the AFC East. The Giants started off slowly like they have mostly all season. They picked it up late. The Bills took the lead in the 1st Qrt 14-7 on the strength...