Collins A Picture Of Professionalism In Giants' Lost SeasonFor the past couple of weeks, Pro Bowl safety Landon Collins of the Giants has struggled preparing for games.
Giants' Collins Wins NFC Defensive Player Of The WeekFor the third time in the past two seasons, Landon Collins is the NFC Defensive Player of the Week.
Silverman: Peters, Collins, Peterson Lead NFL Defensive BacksThe best corners in the game are remarkable athletes who can stay with opposing receivers because of their running and jumping skills, along with their ball skills.
2017 Preseason All-NFC East DefenseNext up, we take a look at the All-NFC East Defense, which features some of the league's top players at their respective positions.
Giants Safeties Coach Thinks Landon Collins Can Be Even BetterDuring a breakout season in 2016, Giants safety Landon Collins went from one of the NFL's most promising young defensive players to one of its best overall, an All-Pro.
Giants' Landon Collins Named NFC Defensive Player Of MonthCollins is the first Giant since Jason Pierre-Paul in December 2011 to win NFC Defensive Player of the Month. He is the first safety in team history ever to receive the honor.
Palladino: Giants Finally Have A Secondary Thanks To Collins And JenkinsThe statistics say the Giants’ secondary is less than average, having allowed 262.7 yards per game through the first 10. But as coaches and players have said ad infinitum, stats are for losers.
LISTEN: Mike Francesa Chats With Amani Toomer, Landon CollinsThe Giants' all-time leading wide receiver stopped by the WFAN studios Friday afternoon and talked about how his former team is doing, including those who play his old position.
Giants Safety Landon Collins Making His Mark In Second SeasonNew York Giants safety Landon Collins has become one of those players whom opposing offenses can't overlook.
Giants Team Grades: NY Defense Carries The Day As Big Blue Defeats Rams 17-10Representing the NFL in London can be a mixed bag. For the New York Giants (4-3) this week, the game represented an opportunity to get away from the media spotlight of the Big Apple and focus strictly on football. New York's offense was ordinary this week, but the defense picked off Los Angeles Rams quarterback Case Keenum four times in a 17-10 victory at Twickenham Stadium in London.
Giants To Bring A Banged-Up Secondary To Minnesota On MondayThe Giants are so short of players in the secondary that rookie coach Ben McAdoo had to have a couple of his receivers play safety in practice.