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Post-game quotebook: What the Giants were saying after loss to Arizona

Giants react to lopsided loss to Cardinals

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What were the New York Giants saying after Sunday’s 26-67 loss to the Arizona Cardinals? Let’s go to the Zoom calls to find out.

James Bradberry on whether the defense was frustrated by the Giants’ lack of offense ...

“We always say, ‘If they don’t score, they don’t win.’ That’s our goal as a defense, we don’t worry about special teams or what the offense is doing, we just worry about what we can control.”

Wayne Gallman on the Arizona defense ...

“They definitely did some things that we didn’t expect, but we did what we could. Of course, there are things that we have to get better at ourselves. They played good today, but I think there are things that we could have done better in terms of our identity and stuff as our own unit. That’s just something that we have to go back and fix during our practice.”

Gallman on what he saw from Daniel Jones ...

“Daniel is a tough guy. If he says he’s going to play, I trust him. There are no setbacks about that. I think Daniel did his thing today. He did it to the best of his ability. Of course, he has to get back healthy and do what he has to do. He’s out there, I trust him.”

Joe Judge on playing a limited Daniel Jones Sunday ...

“I thought he was able to protect himself in the pocket, which was the main concern as in can he step up and can he move in it. We knew there were going to be some situations today where he wasn’t going to pull it down and just run like he’s done in the past. We knew that he was going to either end up throwing the ball away or take sacks at certain point. We knew that going into the game and we saw that early on. But I thought, overall, that he showed that he was able to protect himself in the pocket ...

“I have no regrets on playing him. We made a calculated decision based on what he could do as a player. We went out there, and as a team, we have to execute better.”

Blake Martinez on the idea of Sunday being a wakeup call ...

“Anytime you lose, it’s always a wakeup call. I think really good teams focus on how they can get better whether they won or lost. If you’re able to do that each and every week and correct those mistakes that come up, you’ll be that much better the following week, and that much better as a team.”