New York Giants’ safety Logan Ryan spent four seasons with the New England Patriots and quarterback Tom Brady prior to moving onto the Tennessee Titans from 2017-2019. So it’s safe to say that he’s familiar with Brady, who is now of course the Tampa Bay Buccaneers signal-caller.
Ryan was interviewed by Paul Dottino of Giants.com and was asked about facing brady this coming Monday night.
No matter how old Brady might be, it’s clear that Ryan knows that he’s going to be tough to defeat because of how hard he works. He also said that Brady does a great job of throwing the ball around to anyone of his receivers based on what the defense gives him.
The Giants will have their hands full not only with Brady, but with all of the weapons he has in Mike Evans, Rob Gronkowski and Scotty Miller. Lucky for New York they wont have to face Chris Godwin who’s injured and Antonio Brown whose suspension still isn’t over.
The Giants defense is good enough to keep them in the game against the Bucs, but their offense will need to play flawlessly for them to win.