In the public view, Super Bowl XLVI has been defined by the plays that weren’t made – fumbles the Patriots didn’t recover, a ball Wes Welker didn’t catch, a few throws Tom Brady didn’t make. But when you pop in the coaching tape, you see there are even more aspects of the game where the Giants excelled, earning them a win in a well-contested championship game.
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You have to say this for Giants defensive coordinator <strong>Perry Fewell</strong>, at least he has guts. In a profession where coaches go out of their way to compliment opposing teams, make the opposition seem better than they are (cue former Notre Dame coach <strong>Lou Holtz</strong> talking up Navy), Fewell may be a breath of fresh air.
The concern over how to slow down Michael Vick is currently most pressing for Tom Coughlin, Perry Fewell and the rest of the Giants, who face the Eagles on Sunday.
Michael Vick is playing at an elite level, and chosing how to defend him is difficult. But it’s not impossible. The issue isn’t only his individual speed, but the speed that surrounds him.
Posted: Thursday, September 23rd, 2010 | Brian Baldinger Tags: Aaron Ross, Brandon Eldridge, Brian Baldinger, Dallas Clark, Deon Grant, Indianapolis Colts, Mike Mayock, New York Giants, Perry Fewell, Peyton Manning
Peyton Manning doesn’t go through many weeks of the NFL season without being applauded for his game day heroics. The latest reason to applaud Manning is his display of selflessness.
Jonathan Goff will get the first crack at replacing departed veteran leader Antonio Pierce in the middle of the Giants defense.
The two-day, bracket-style look at the best acquisition of the offseason came to a conclusion Tuesday, with an overtime winner: Anquan Boldin.
Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora wants to start, or he is willing to walk away from football.
On Thursday, new Giants defensive coordinator Perry Fewell spoke with the New York media for the first time, describing his new position as a “workable challenge,” while also reflecting on the events that led to his hiring by Tom Coughlin, under whom he worked in Jacksonville from 1998-2002.
Perry Fewell will accept the Giants’ offer to be their defensive coordinator, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.
Former Bills interim coach Perry Fewell will interview with the Bears on Monday, and is all but certain to receive an offer to become the team’s defensive coordinator.
Perry Fewell is the premier candidate to take over as the Bears’ defensive coordinator, according to a league source.
Given the promotion of his close friend Buddy Nix to general manager in Buffalo today, there have been some rumblings that perhaps retired former head coach Marty Schottenheimer might be coming back with the Bills.
I spoke with someone with intimate knowledge of the situation in Buffalo who says that despite firing coach Dick Jauron weeks ago, the Bills have really not even begun their latest coaching search.
Mike Shanahan is among several coaching candidates in whom the Bills have interest, but chief operating officer/general manager Russ Brandon has no meeting scheduled with him, league sources told NFL.com’s Vic Carucci.