A Giant Addition
Beasons road back onto the field has not been easy as he has been recovering from major knee, shoulder, and Achilles injuries. The Panthers clearly believed that he was past his prime, but Beason has refused to give up and is currently proving his doubters wrong. Ever since his first game as a Giant where he led the team in tackles with 12 against the Chicago Bears, he has given this defense the veteran leadership and vocal presence that they were lacking. Beason has spearheaded the defense in this four game win streak, holding opposing offenses to only four touchdowns.
The Giants next game happens to be their biggest and is paramount if they hope to keep their playoff aspirations alive as they look to play their division rival the Dallas Cowboys. A win here would have them tied with the Cowboys for second place in the wild and highly mediocre NFC East this season. The Giants road to the playoffs is certainly not easy, but they have been known to prove people wrong in the past. If they manage to shock the world once again and sneak into the playoffs, don't look far from the middle of the field as to why they are still playing.