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INDIANAPOLIS — Giants tough guys Jason Pierre-Paul and Justin Tuck aren’t the only ones getting ready to defend on Super Bowl Sunday. The TSA has trained thousands of stadium workers to spot terror threats at the big game.From parking-lot attendants to bus drivers to hot-dog sellers, the government has...
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Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul believes he and his fellow linemen rattled Patriots quarterback Tom Brady in the team's victory at New England earlier this season.
"He did react to pressure that didn't exist, and he was just throwing the ball places where there wasn't even a receiver there," the Giants' second-year defensive end said Thursday about...
The more Robert Nunn ponders it, the more the Giants’ defensive line coach is baffled. Jason Pierre-Paul doesn’t have a single go-to pass-rush move.
Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul thinks he and the rest of the Giants’ pass rush got inside Tom Brady’s head when the teams played during the regular season. In his media availability today, Pierre-Paul said he thinks the Giants’ pressure will have a significant impact on Brady, and Pierre-Paul bases that on the fact that…
Giants defensive end Justin Tuck put the pressure on Tom Brady early and late, helping lead New York to its second Super Bowl win over New England, 21-17 on Sunday.
Former USF Bulls Jason Pierre-Paul and Jacquian Williams helped the New York Giants win Super Bowl XLVI on Sunday night in Indianapolis.
Heading into Sunday’s match-up between the New England Patriots and the New York Giants, the latter seem to believe that they have already won. Multiple members of the Giants defense haven’t been shy about what they believe is their ability to shut down Tom Brady in Super Bowl XLVI.
Defensive lineman Jason Pierre-Paul said in an intrview- “He was reacting to pressure that...
By Jim Donaldson So much for Tom Brady's perfect game.
On the Patriots first play from scrimmage, Tom Terrific was called for intentional grounding in the end zone -- resulting in a safety, and two points, for the Giants -- when, pressured by Justin Tuck, he threw very deep and long without a receiver anywhere near the ball.
The only other time the first score...