Giants' front four set to go after Pats QB Brady

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

Defense for the New York Giants starts with the front four.

Stopping the run and forcing the opposition into passing situations will let loose possibly the best group of pass rushers in the NFL. It was the formula the Giants used in 2008 in pounding Tom Brady and stunning the previously unbeaten New England Patriots in the Super Bowl - and the game plan hasn't changed for next weekend's title game rematch in Indianapolis.

The Giants (12-7) want Brady on edge every time he passes. Throw a ball. Expect to be hit. Even the threat of being hit might be enough to influence a play - and that just might be the difference with a ring at stake.

The Giants finished tied for third in the NFL in the regular season with 48 sacks, including 11 in victories over the Jets and Cowboys in winning the NFC East title. They've added nine more in their three playoff wins.


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