New York-Denver: Keys To a Giants Victory

Posted: 25th November 2009 by Richard Resch in NFL
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1. Cover Brandon Marshall

Brandon Marshall is an absolute beast.á The Giants secondary did a nice job of covering a banged up Roddy White, but Marshall is a different animal.á At 6'4", 230 pounds, Marshall is one of the toughest men to cover.á After the catch, he is even better.á Although he has had his ups and downs this season, when he's on his game, he's as good as Terrell Owens in his prime. Eddie Royal is a good deep threat, but Marshall is the guy the Giants need to worry about.
2. Dial Up Pressure

The San Diego Chargers recorded three sacks, four tackles for a loss, and four QB hits.á The result was the removal of backup-turned-starter Chris Simms after a 2-4 day.á Normal starter Kyle Orton did not fair any better as he threw 15-29 with no touchdowns ...

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