# New York Giants, Def
New York Giants
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|Fantasy Stats||MFL Player Stats|
|2015 Fantasy Points by Week|
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|Strength of Schedule|
|Strength of Schedule is calculated from the opponents projected fantasy points allowed for the DEF position. The easiest rating is 1 which gives the player the advantage against the defense and indicates an easy opponent, the most difficult rating is 10 which gives the defense the advantage and indicates a tough opponent.|
|Week 1 Projections|
|The Giants defense has been revamped in a big way this offseason. Big names and big money were thrown around to address needs that have been apparent for several years now. They'll be able to get consistent pressure on Romo and force him into errors. They're still going to let up a bunch of points but they'll also be more apt to create turnovers and force sacks than they were a year ago.|
|3 Sacks, 0 Ints, 1 Fumbles|
|As John Breitenbach of PFF wrote, the Giants took an offseason buzzsaw to a defense that finished last in the NFL in 2015. 'The New York Giants have been one of the most active teams this free-agency period,' he said, 'investing big money on the defensive side of the ball. It seems that immediate results are expected of the man who has led the Giants' personnel department since 2007, General Manager Jerry Reese. The Giants added the top defensive end and one of the best corners on the market--Olivier Vernon and Janoris Jenkins--as well as the top run-stopper in the league, Damon Harrison. Those additions will play alongside Jason Pierre-Paul, who the team re-signed on a one-year contract.' The Giants also invested a first round pick in cornerback Eli Apple, but this is a unit that will have to improve by leaps and bounds to return to NFL (and fantasy) relevance.|
No current injury information exists for New York Giants |
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