The Giants take advantage of the next man’s experience to replace Harold Landry

NASHVILLE, Tennessee (AFP) – The Tennessee Titans have days to start their new season and have already put players in injured reserve.

Losing quarterback Harold Landry III in the Pro Bowl is the most painful.

One advantage the Giants have as they prepare to host the New York Giants on Sunday is that this isn’t the first time they’ve relied so heavily on the mindset of the next man. They secured the top seed in the AFC last season using 91 different NFL players, mostly in a non-strike season, with 26 in the injured reserve.

“Just because Harold’s out doesn’t mean we’re going to look at ourselves like, ‘Hey, we’re not going to be able to be the kind of team or the kind of defense we were capable of,'” Salameh Kevin Biard said on Monday. Back-up like a beginner.”

The Titans had five starters out and injured reserve last season, not counting first-round draftee Caleb Farley. The full-back tore out of the AFC Champions League in his lonely start.