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New York Giants: Kenrick Ellis Can Be Fred Robbins for Steve Spagnuolo's Defense

Steve Spagnuolo doesn’t just need the next Osi Umenyiora and Justin Tuck to make his defense work during his second stint with the New York Giants. 621 more words


Landon Collins Should Embrace "Box Safety" Label For New York Giants

Landin Collins shouldn’t loathe being dubbed a “box safety.” In fact, the second-round pick of the New York Giants should embrace the label.

Collins was restricted to the areas near the line of scrimmage by many scouts ahead of the 2015 NFL draft. 1,302 more words


'It Is A Challenge': Giants' Safeties Are Young And Inexperienced

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — There are a lot of questions about the New York Giants’ defense heading into Steve Spagnuolo’s second stint as coordinator… 737 more words


Think Outside the Box

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — So just what kind of safety is Landon Collins? He would like to introduce into evidence a play he made against Florida last fall. 1,395 more words

Open Field

I’m Talking About You, Ndamukong Suh

1) I think Ed Bouchette, the longtime NFL writer at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, has the right idea for how the league should handle footballs moving forward: Everyone should use the same ones on game day. 1,182 more words

Roger Goodell

Steve Spagnuolo Faces Challenges In Return To Giants

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — Steve Spagnuolo didn’t let the New York Giants’ relative talent level impact his decision to accept an opportunity for a second go-around as coach Tom Coughlin’s defensive coordinator. 597 more words


Steve Spagnuolo Given Two Perfect Weapons For New York Giants Defense In 2015 NFL Draft

Steve Spagnuolo should be the first person thanking New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese after the 2015 NFL draft. The returning Big Blue defensive coordinator owes Reese  his gratitude after the Giants landed two perfect weapons for Spagnuolo’s complex, pressure-heavy fire zone schemes. 1,314 more words