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Watch the New York Giants’ offensive, defensive lines work

A few GIFs to illustrate how good they were on Sunday vs. Dallas

New York Giants v Dallas Cowboys
Damon Harrison pressures Dak Prescott
Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images

There are film reviews, like the one I did after the New York Giants-Dallas Cowboys game on Sunday. Then there are film studies from analysts who can really break down the how and why things worked or didn’t work, and the play of individual players.

One of those guys is Brandon Thorn (@VeteranScout) on Twitter.

We knew from watching the game that both the Giants’ offensive and defensive lines held up well. The series of GIFs below from Thorn indicates how they did it and, especially on defense, which players were dominant.

On offense, watch the work from the guys in the middle. Also, as we pointed out the other day, look at the movement from the linemen and the tight ends. This is not going to be a power, straight-ahead blocking offensive line. It’s a pulling, angle-blocking, create confusion on where the blockers are coming from offensive line.

On defense, all I can say is Johnathan Hankins and Damon Harrison. Wow!



Mostly Johnathan Hankins and Damon Harrison doing work.