Listen to Episode 24 of Fireside Giants: Breaking down the New York Giants’ pass rush

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In this episode of Fireside Giants, the gang dives into the pass rush to talk about their potential success and if they are capable of producing at a high-level. Currently, the Giants have Kyler Fackrell, Lorenzo Carter, Oshane Ximines, and potentially Markus Golden as their primary pass rushers. Relying on them might be a bit problematic, considering their inconsistency and lack of production over a larger sample size, but a lack of cap-space has forced the Giants into this position.

Alex, Anthony, and Mike dive into each player and what we should expect from the pass rush next season under Patrick Graham. Graham formally acted as the defensive coordinator for the Miami Dolphins in 2019, utilizing a primary 3-4 bass defense. He often activates his safeties and linebackers to blitz and creates unpredictability in hopes of confusing opposing offenses.

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The guys also speak about the difference in size regarding players from many years ago and what it would be like to potentially meet Brandon Jacobs in the hole. Anthony’s inability to move due to fear highlights the episode, but rather the start of sports motivates us to continue producing content on a regular basis.

Saquon Barkley and his ginormous thighs are also a prevalent topic during this episode, based on a recent video of him squatting. Is Barkley actually a Martian? It is certainly possible considering his agility and athleticism at 235 pounds.

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