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Giants brass owes it to the fans to do these five things in second half of this dismal season

Corner B.W. Webb was one of Gettleman’s lone good finds in the offseason (along with Alec Ogletree). Webb cares. And he’s just one of the Giants’ defensive players who I thought showed great fight and persistence in Week 8 against Washington following the trades of Apple and Harrison to the Saints and Lions, respectively. Credit is due to coordinator James Bettcher for this, too, as well as to leaders like Ogletree (inactive but still on the sidelines) and Landon Collins, and to linebacker B.J. Goodson, who was buried on the depth chart early on and is now finally getting a chance. Kerry Wynn should be playing more, too. This defense has had plenty of problems this season, but if they play as hard as they did against Washington for the rest of the season, they should give a team with a respectable offense a chance to compete in some games (big if, I know).

Pat Leonard

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