"There were times when he just didn't do his job...I was looking to get better than what he did at that point in time . . . Wasn't good enough, in my opinion."That added fuel to Weatherford's fire, driving him to become the punter the Giants needed him to be, revitalizing their special teams in perhaps their darkest hour.
Weatherford may not have spun Westhoff's wheels, but he was more than sufficient for Tom Quinn and the Giants. And he plans on getting better.
“The way he took shots at me,” Weatherford told The Record of Hackensack after signing a five-year, $12.75 million deal in March. “The way that he did and the way I kept my mouth shut and proved him wrong the way that I did feels good.”
This week Weatherford spoke with FOX 5's Duke Castiglione about his workout regimen...