Giants defense starting to chirp at offense as dominance grows

It’s only practice. But the Giants’ defense is beating up their offense to the point of talking trash about it in the locker room. 

“It’s been very competitive,” safety Julian Love said following Monday’s practice. “On the field, off the field, into the locker room. Yeah, we’re gonna be chirping a little bit, just hoping for a response.” 

Competitive in spirit, perhaps. But, at least for the last couple days, not so competitive on the field. 

Julian Love
Julian Love
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The Giants’ offense has struggled mightily in practice, with both Daniel Jones and Tyrod Taylor having issues. No one expects much from the Giants this season, but a step forward for Jones — who is in the last year of his rookie deal after the team declined to pick up his fifth-year option — is a bare minimum. 

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