New York Giants cornerback Janoris Jenkins wasn’t shy after his team’s loss to the Buffalo Bills, venting about the lack of a pass rush.
Frustration is boiling over in Jint land and everybody can see it coming.
After the New York Giants 28-14 loss to the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, cornerback Janoris Jenkins provided a moment of honesty.
The pass rush just isn’t hitting home and it’s starting to frustrate the entire unit, via Jordan Raanan of ESPN.
Clearly frustration building w/Giants defense. “When you got time and get no pressure, I can’t cover nobody for 10 seconds?” Janoris Jenkins said. “Who can cover somebody for 10 seconds?” When Lorenzo Carter was asked about QBs having too much time, he said: “Sh**, it’s true.”
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“When you got time and get no pressure, I can’t cover nobody for 10 seconds?,” Janoris Jenkins said. “Who can cover somebody for 10 seconds?”
Hilariously, edge rusher Lorenzo Carter echoed the sentiment.
“Sh**, it’s true.”
Second-year gunslinger Josh Allen finished the day with 253 yards and a touchdown through the air on 19-of-30 passing. He was sacked three times (Markus Golden, Olsen Pierre, and a combo tally from Lorenzo Carter and Oshane Ximines), but consistent pressure was sorely absent all afternoon.
Cole Beasley went for 83 yards on four receptions, John Brown finished with 72 yards on seven receptions and Isaiah McKenzie tallied 40 yards on two grabs.