Defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul said the game is "like a Super Bowl to us," which actually kind of makes sense. At 4-6, the Giants are working with a razor-thin margin of error. It's not win-or-go-home, though it might as well be.
"Get your hands on him," Hill said, via NJ.com. "He doesn't like to be touched, like most receivers in this league. But really him. He doesn't like to be touched."
"You just have to be physical with him," cornerback Prince Amukamara agreed. "He's a big guy. You just have to use his medicine against him. I think that is the key."
Consider Bryant a sleeping giant right now. The Cowboys royally goofed in the loss that preceded their bye, targeting their best player a grand total of two times, in what should have been a shootout with the New Orleans Saints.
You can safely assume coach Jason Garrett and offensive coordinator Bill Callahan have drawn up a game plan this week that calls for Tony Romo to look Bryant's way early and often. We'll see if the Giants' handsy game plan has any effect.
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