COACHING TAPE – WEEK 17 (12/25/08)

GIANTS OFFENSE VS. PANTHERS DEFENSE

Giants ran 71 offensive plays, and had 454 total yards, 301 yards on the ground – Ward 15-215 rushing, including runs of 22, 34, 37 and 51 yards
Giants 9-16 on third down conversions
Giants 6 trips inside the red zone, 4 TD
Giants only committed 2 penalties, and did not turn the ball over
Walker started at DT in place of injured and inactive Kemoeatu – Hayden became the third DT in the rotation, Gibson also played some snaps at DT
TE Mathews not as strong a blocker in the run game as Boss, Mathews struggled to block DE Brayton one-on-one
S Harris strong in the box, playing downhill; Not as effective in space, Does not show loose hips and transition skills in coverage – He’s more of a glorified LB
Peppers aligns on both side of the DL, and he’s [...]

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Matthew Camp

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Tom Brolley

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