Whenever you see an interception return, what usually happens: The interceptor makes a few guys miss, there may be a block, and it goes for most likely a few yards. Well, the Giants have a page in their playbook dedicated to it:
The guys on the opposite side of the field rush to the side of the interception to make blocks. Interesting. They instruct the returner to go to the sideline, which makes sense. I love the note: Go score!. And then they say to make a block and block the chest. There’s a lot that goes on here. An interception return looks like chaos. But there’s more organized chaos than meets the eye.