Damon Harrison is well aware of the way Russell Wilson utilizes his mobility to move the Seahawks offense down the field, and he says the Giants defense needs to stop him in his tracks to beat him on Sunday.
"He does this little in and out move that gets everybody," he said. "It's easy to say, 'You have to play it better than that,' but in the moment, it's tough."
The Giants need to keep Wilson positioned within the pocket, Harrison said, otherwise he will make throws on the run.
"It's really something that you see half the time when you're watching film and the guys are letting him out of the pocket and they hit and he's still completing throws," he said. "So, we just have to eliminate that."
The Giants defense will try to build momentum against Seattle this week after limiting the Broncos to just 10 points and forcing three turnovers en route to their first win of the season. Jason Pierre-Paul had three sacks and Harrison had his first sack of the season.
The secondary, led last week by Janoris Jenkins' pick-six and forced fumble, will be bolstered by the return of CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie from suspenison.