It's possible to make the case that Peter Giunta's coaching life has been charmed.
That 1991 Eagles defense was led by the incomparable Reggie White, one of the best defensive players of all time.
In St. Louis and Kansas City, Kurt Warner and Trent Green often put opponents behind early, giving Giunta the opportunity to employ aggressive, ball-hawking tactics.
But for good or ill, Giunta preaches those tactics, and he preaches them effectively. And this season, with the best defensive line in football in front of him and a top ten offense on the other side of the ball, it should come as no surprise that the Giants have close to 20 interceptions through just five days of camp.
It should also lead to a lot of smiles for Giunta and the Giants' secondary this season.