Giants' sack-masters are the best postseason D-line
Scouts Inc. has ranked the defensive lines of all the remaining teams in the postseason, and the Giants' pass-rushing monsters are at the top of the list.
Originally Published: January 8, 2008By Scouts Inc.
Once again, the Giants proved their defensive line is second to none. That's why it remains in the top spot of the Scouts Inc. playoff defensive line rankings. Jeff Garcia into one of his worst outings of the 2007 season in the Giants' Wild Card win over Tampa Bay. The pass rush out of the 4-3 defensive front forced Garcia into two interceptions and several errant throws and also played well against the run, holding Tampa Bay's normally solid rushing attack to just 69 yards.
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