"I feel the exact same way," he said. "Samari's playing corner, so he's not watching the front seven. He's out there playing cover, and he played very well. I don't think we were knocked off the ball. That's my definition of being 'out-physicalled,' when you're knocked off the ball. There were three running plays in there that were poorly defended. It might have been tackling, it might have been getting off blocks. I think also give credit where credit is due. That's a good football team. I think their backs are impressive, maybe even more impressive in person when you see them. Making guys miss, running physical, great patience. Sometimes you've got things defended and wait, wait, wait, find a crease and -- bam! -- pop outside like [Giants running back] Brandon [Jacobs] did early. But was it a result of getting knocked off the ball? No way."