Patrick Graham said nothing.
After allowing the Giants 515 yards – one game since 2015 – and 44-20 defeats in 7 goals against the Cowboys – the defensive coordinator has now or never immediately switched from the weekly tone to calming signals. ‘changed.
“In terms of the given yard and the defeat in the game, that’s unacceptable. Time, ”Graham said.“ We will be paid to win, including me. I will help you to win this game. When you leave the field more than 500 meters, it usually doesn’t win in football. This is absolutely unacceptable. Absolutely unacceptable. “
The Giants have high hopes for the season, finishing 29th in overall defense, 27th in emergency defense, 26th in total defense and 22nd in defense. The Rams will face the No. 2 seed in the NFL, according to Pro Football Focus, at MetLife Stadium on Monday.
“What I have to do and what we have to do together as a group, we look at ourselves in the mirror and say,‘ What can we do? said Graham.
Unlike the injured offense, the Giants keep their high-paying mainstays in place, with only internal defender Blake Martines (torn ACL). After enjoying years of activity, defender Leonard Williams, defender James Bradbury, security guard Gabriel Peppers, defender Dexter Lawrence and others have returned to reality.
“After a show like this, now you put the rams in here,” Graham said, “we’ll find out. [what we’re made of]. I mean, we’ll find out. Time is up. I’ll start with myself first.
“We need to figure it out. We need to get there and stop running – the goal on Sunday – and we need to reduce what we do on Sunday. We need to figure it out.”