LANDON COLLINS NAMED “NFC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK”…
New York Giants safety Landon Collins has been named “NFC Defensive Player of the Week” for his performance against the Los Angeles Rams last Sunday in London. In that game, Collins accrued eight tackles and two interceptions, one of which was returned 44 yards for a touchdown.
The Giants have earned three “Player of the Week” winners in the season’s first seven games. Cornerback Janoris Jenkins was named the “NFC Special Teams Player of the Week” for his Week 2 performance and wide receiver Odell Beckham, Jr. was named “NFC Offensive Player of the Week” for his Week 6 performance.
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