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The unquestionable weak spot on this team. Opposing quarterbacks have averaged 254 yards per game against the Giants' secondary thus far, and the loss of hard-hitting corner Terrell Thomas (ACL) continues to sting.
Second-year cornerback Prince Amukamara has stopped the bleeding a bit since his Week 3 return, but No. 1 CB Corey Webster has been burned by opposing wideouts all year long. Fellow corners Justin Tryon and Michael Coe haven't seen much success either, while rookie Jayron Hosley continues to adjust to the pro level.
Safety Antrel Rolle has struggled in pass defense, failing to help out over the top on long balls. Kenny Phillips, the team's most reliable defensive back, left Sunday's game early with an MCL sprain.
The Giants welcome suspended safety Tyler Sash back into the fold, but Perry Fewell still has some adjustments to make here. New York has tried everything from a three-zone scheme to a slot corner spot for Rolle.