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By Donald Lambro
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Da'Rel Scott
One by one, the Giants began to identify, and isolate, their issues: too many turnovers, an inability to run the ball and injuries on the offensive line. Now, they head into Sunday's game against the Redskins on a clear upward trend with four wins in five games.
The New York Giants finished the NFL draft believing they landed two of the top 15 players, improved their team speed, found a return man and acquired a bunch of guys to cure a special teams unit that probably cost them a playoff berth last season.
Ralph Friedgen soaked in the chants and fought back a few more tears. He gave a parting gift to his alma mater — the highest point total Maryland has ever posted in a bowl game — then followed it with a parting shot at the administration that fired him.
At its most basic, the purpose of spring football is for players to improve.
Running back Da'Rel Scott (13 carries, 200 yards) spoke for his teammates when he said they were determined to "make sure coach
Scott said he can see things much better in this offense, which emphasizes making one cut and hitting a hole rather than extensive reads.