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Jason Pierre-Paul: Giants' D ready to 'hunt' Tony Romo

The New York Giants' season will hinge on Sunday afternoon's matchup against the Dallas Cowboys.

The Giants' four-game win streak has catapulted them from 0-6 cellar dwellers to a team that is back in the NFC East race.

A criticism of the Giants' win streak is that it has come against quarterbacks who started the season as backups.

Jason Pierre-Paul told NFL Network's "NFL AM" Friday morning that the opponent under center was irrelevant to the Giants' defense; therefore, going against Tony Romo won't change a thing.

"At the end of the day, it don't matter what quarterback's in the game or whatever, because we going to hunt, that is what we do up front," JPP said. "... Whatever we going to do, we're going to hunt. Tony Romo is a good quarterback, but we're going to get after him this week."

The hunting metaphor works well with Pierre-Paul's comments, from earlier in the week, that there will be "blood spilled" during this big matchup with the Cowboys.

The Giants have been talking a lot this week, including divulging their physical game plan for Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant. New York sounds like a confident team, riding a defense that has found its nasty side the last several weeks, with JPP leading the hunt.

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