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Tuck and backup defensive end Dave Tollefson had five apiece, Chris Canty added four and fellow tackle Linval Joseph had two. Theres also linebacker Mathias Kiwanuka, who had 3 1/2 sacks playing as a lineman in passing situations. Defensive co-ordinator Perry Fewell says not only does his line get to the quarterback, they get on each other. When the linemen hold their meeting, its more than a review of the game or practice -- its trash-talking time. "We compete amongst each other and if Justin gets a sack, I want two," Pierre-Paul said. "If I want two, then Osi wants three. Basically you can say that we are greedy but in a good way, to help our team out. We try to get there quick enough to help our secondary cover better and try to get to the quarterback as fast as we can." Kiwanuka said the presence of so many pass rushers pushes everyone. "We have a number of guys, you look at the roster, Dave Tollefson is a guy who came on and had a strong year and played very well," Kiwanuka said. "From top to bottom, in that room, we have guys who could be starting on other teams. Were just not fighting for sacks. We are fighting for playing time as well. Everybody want to be the guy but at the end of the day, its about the win and thats what also is important." Brady knows what to expect. In the Giants 17-14 Super Bowl win in Arizona, he absorbed five sacks and was hit nine times, although the Giants insist the hit total was a loot higher. Allen Hurns Jersey. "They can rush the passer. Theres no doubt about that," Brady said. "In playing them before, you understand that they can -- they stripped sacked us on our own 10-yard line or something like that when we played them last. They get a lot of turnovers. They put a lot of pressure on you with their front four. They have a big, physical group that plays really well together. You watch them play against the 49ers; they played a great game defensively. They gave up two points against Atlanta which was on a defensive score. 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