Found November 03, 2011 on Giants Football Blog:
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Patriots’ coach Bill Belichick know a few things about great defenses having been in the Giants’ DC during Lawrence Taylor’s heyday. Yesterday, he held nothing back when talking about the Giants’ current pass-rushers: Osi Umenyiora, Justin Tuck, Dave Tollefson, Mathias Kiwanuka and the rising Jason Pierre-Paul.. “Most times a team may have one player that is the caliber of a rusher that you have to game plan for but the Giants have about five of them. They have so many guys and they are all very good. They have great speed and athleticism, great pass rush technique, they get off on the ball well, they are a hard group to block. Perry does a good job of scheming and putting them in different positions so you don’t know where Pierre-Paul is going to be or Tuck or Kiwanuka. Sometimes it is hard to find them and it is hard to block them so they present a huge challenge just in their depth, quality and speed. It is as good of a group as I have seen in a long time.” The WheelHouse debates...
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