The Giants made a significant effort to improve their defense last offseason, dishing out a ton of money to free agents such as Olivier Vernon, Damon Harrison, Janoris Jenkins, and Jason Pierre-Paul. These moves certainly helped vault the Giants’ defense to the top of the league, but it is difficult to imagine them having as much success last season without the stellar play of the safeties, specifically Landon Collins. With Collins back as the anchor of the secondary, the sky is the limit for New York’s defense. But the First-Team All-Pro is not the only Giants’ safety to be excited about. Let us take a closer look at the New York Giants safety depth chart projections for this upcoming season.
Allen did the math as he saw his University of Wyoming roommate, running back Milo Hall, strolling behind the end zone, on the other side of the fence. Hall was directly behind the goalposts, a good 50 yards from his quarterback. The only possible trajectory for the ball was sky-high, through the uprights and over the net that hung behind them.Allen turned his right shoulder and angled the top half of his 6-foot-5, 245-pound frame toward the ground. In one graceful motion, a symphony of ligaments and muscle groups all working in concert, the quarterback snapped the ball skyward. The ball cut through the cloudless expanse of blue, crisply flying past the posts. Hall prepared his arms, as if ready to field a punt and dart upfield. Needing just one more brilliant rotation to clear the towering obstacle, the ball clipped the very top net and plummeted to the ground.
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Defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz offered a passionate defense of McLeod the week after the Birds’ blowout defeat in Cincinnati. But Hauck, the Eagles’ safeties coach and a 13-year NFL veteran, hadn’t spoken publicly about the play until the team’s position coaches met with media members Monday. Hauck used the opportunity to say the criticism of McLeod was overblown.”It’s really easy to take a play, slow it down and say, ‘He should have come up and tackled the guy or put a hit on the guy,'” Hauck said. “One thing I will say about Rodney is he is an extremely physical guy, who takes a lot of pride in his work. It’s really hard to question a decision on the field based on a slomo replay.”