EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) - Cincinnati Bengals receiver A.J. Green was on the New York Giants' radar long before opening his mouth.
The NFL's co-leader in touchdown receptions, Green created some controversy for Sunday's game in Cincinnati on Thursday in a radio interview with WFAN in New York City, saying there are areas to exploit in the Giants' defense.
``I feel like they've got a lot of holes in their defense,'' Green said.
There is truth to Green's comment. New York has given up 15 pass plays of 30 yards or more and 38 passes of 20 yards or more. Nine of the 38 plays have been for touchdowns, including a game-changing 51-yarder by Mike Wallace in the fourth quarter that sparked the Pittsburgh Steelers' 24-20 comeback win over the Giants (6-3) last weekend.

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