This off season, the Giants completely rebooted their roster offensively and reworked their entire offensive coaching staff. But defensively is where much of the marquee work was done.
There is no doubt that the Giants added players they liked, but also approached free agency with the mindset of building a championship defense as they, along with the world, witnessed what a strong defense can do to even the strongest offense on Super Bowl Sunday. With a strong secondary that balances an aggressive front seven and pass rush, the Gmen may have a defense that will be able to attack offenses similar to how San Francisco, Seattle and other strong NFC rosters have.
Now that offense was reviewed, let’s take a look at what Perry Fewell and Co. have set for the defense.