Whether it be Michael Strahan, Osi Umenyiora or Justin Tuck, the New York Giants know how to find and groom defensive ends.
The latest star in the making for Tom Coughlin's side appears to be last year's first-round draft pick Jason Pierre-Paul.
Pierre-Paul started his first game for the Giants last week and did not disappoint. His two sacks and four tackles were the first plays made in what should be a long career as a starter.
He showed flashes as a rookie notching 4.5 sacks and forcing two fumbles; however, now that he is a starter he will be setting his sights much higher for the coming season.
Despite being only 22 years old he carries an imposing 6'5" 280 pound frame. His athleticism and long arms make him a nightmare to matchup to for any elite tackle.
He won't be facing an elite tackle tonight, however, as the Bears offensive line features second year player J'Marcus Webb. Webb will have his hands full with Pierre-Paul and it wouldn't be a surprise to anyone if he eclipsed not only his sack total from last week but also from the whole of his first season in the league.
He's not likely to notch the five sacks needed, but it definitely isn't out of the question.
You won't be able to keep your eyes off of Pierre-Paul tonight as he will likely live in the Bears' backfield.