STUD – CB James Bradberry
Bradberry pulled down his second interception of the season, when he picked off Kyle Allen with :52 remaining in the second quarter.
“I was surprised [Allen threw it right to me],” Bradberry said after the game. “I just wanted to make sure I didn’t drop it. That’s kind of why I double caught it. We were in a cover three zone and pretty much took my drop and I was in the right place at the right time.”
On the Giants’ ensuing possession, Daniel Jones hit Darius Slayton for a 23-yard touchdown. Bradberry’s interception and the Giants’ scoring drive was one of the first times this season that Joe Judge’s team proved capable of playing complementary football.
Arguably the Giants’ most dominant defender, Bradberry has been one of the few bright spots through the season’s first six weeks.
Sunday, Bradberry finished with three total tackles, one pass breakup, and one interception.