3 Changes Perry Fewell Must Make to Fix the Giants' Run Defense

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3 Changes Perry Fewell Must Make to Fix the Giants' Run Defense
Brad Penner-US PRESSWIRE

The last few weeks have seen the beginning of large cracks in the run defense for the New York Giants.

Over the last six games, the Giants have allowed 780 yards on the ground—including games of 248 (Washington Redskins), 191 (Philadelphia Eagles) and 158 (Sunday vs. Pittsburgh Steelers). 

The Giants are still a respectable 19th in the NFL in rushing yards allowed per game (118.0), but there's no doubting that this unit is trending down the past few weeks. 

How can defensive coordinator Perry Fewell get the Giants' run defense turned back around? In the following slides, we give three ways. 

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