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Dave Gettleman unsurprisingly tops the list.
26. NEW YORK GIANTS (NO CHANGE)
A season ago, the Giants’ defense felt like it was frequently overachieving and causing opposing offenses problems. And this year, that impact isn’t nearly as prominent. More players on the unit are earning below-average grades than above-average. Leonard Williams has been the defense’s best player, and his current 62.5 PFF pass-rushing grade would be the lowest mark of his career. The Giants are already making moves to shake things up after a disappointing 11 weeks, but the defense shouldn’t be immune from criticism, either.
Evan Neal and Jermaine Johnson go in the first round.
Taylor’s 97-yard pick-six against Detroit in 1982 ranks No. 4.
#Giants Thursday injury report:— Zack Rosenblatt (@ZackBlatt) November 25, 2021
FB Cullen Gillaspia (Calf)
TE Kyle Rudolph (Ankle)
WR Sterling Shepard (Quad)
TE Kaden Smith (Knee)
WR Kadarius Toney (Quad)
RB Saquon Barkley (Ankle)
LB Lorenzo Carter (Ankle)
CB Adoree Jackson (Quad)
WR John Ross (Quad)
In case you missed it
- Michael Strahan reflects on his New York legacy
- Giants’ roster moves: Nate Ebner placed on IR, TE Chris Myarick signed to roster
- Giants-Eagles injury news: WR Kadarius Toney misses Wednesday practice
- Giants QB Daniel Jones admits he will miss Jason Garrett, shoulders responsibility
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