Giants defense, Kayvon Thibodeaux shine

The rookie edge rusher consistently found himself in the backfield, disrupting the rhythm and timing of the offense.

e’s done a really great job these last few practices of getting his feet underneath him.

I think he relies a lot on the veterans, and (outside linebackers coach) Drew (Wilkins) is doing a good job with him

But Thibodeaux wasn’t alone in terms of dominance on Friday night

Defensive tackle Leonard Williams, who has been the star of training camp thus far, was also creating problems.

 Meanwhile, cornerback Adoree’ Jackson nearly had a pick-6 but the ball slipped through his hands.

It is important to note however, there was no game-planning done ahead of the scrimmage.

There’s certainly things in every practice. That’s what training camp it for: to improve fundamentals and techniques

That’s why communication is so important really in every area of the field.”