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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
Although the Giants won the game, and CB Corey Webster had a banner week, there are still some concerns regarding the secondary…
from the gang at Pro Football Focus:
A number of members of the defensive backfield played well in this game but nickel safety/linebacker Deon Grant (-2.3) wasn’t among them. Against teams who like to throw he gets a lot of playing time (95% of all...
While the Giants figure how to use Prince Amukamara when he returns, they have already decided how they will use another of their cornerbacks: Corey Webster.
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
Buffalo QB Ryan Fitzpatrick is kicking himself today for underthrowing his favorite target – WR Stevie Johnson – on two long passes down the sideline.
Both times, Giants’ CB Corey Webster turned just in time to pick the ball off…
“The two interceptions I threw, you couldn’t ask for a better coverage, couldn’t ask for a better play, couldn’t ask for a better route...
It is a funny game they play in the National Football League. Sometimes, the post-game discussion and analysis is even funnier.
This past Sunday, the New York Giants won an important home game against the upstart Buffalo Bills. A 24-24 nailbiter turned on a late red zone interception by the Giants’ Corey Webster, setting up a game-winning field goal for Big Blue.
Faith in each other keeping Big Blue afloatCOMING IN WAVES: Even though the Giants were without the likes of Justin Tuck, limited to waving a towel in support of his teammates, the Giants have confidence in each other and in the coaching of Tom Coughlin, who was quick to congratulate Corey Webster on his game-changing interception.By George Willis - NY Post 10/18/11
Giants' D Seals Victory
The Giants rescued a victory from the jaws of defeat on Sunday. Defensively, they overcame two big plays by the Buffalo offense and got a perfectly-timed interception from Corey Webster with four minutes remaining to spark the win. Offensively, Ahmad Bradshaw scored three times and the running game showed signs of life. More importantly, Eli Manning played...