Former Rutgers star Logan Ryan makes incredible play to force fumble, save TD
Former Scarlet Knights defensive back Logan Ryan made one heck of a play for the New York Giants against the Denver Broncos.
As the Broncos were inside the 20-yard-line, quarterback Teddy Bridgewater completed a pass to Albert Okwuegbunam and it looked like it was going for a 1st down until it didn’t. Ryan stripped the ball from him and recovered it for the Giants to end the drive.
Captain Ryan ‼️
— Rutgers Football (@RFootball) September 12, 2021
This is Ryan’s 2nd season with the Giants and he’s one of their best players on defense. During last season, Ryan had 94 total tackles (68 solo) with 1 interception, 9 passes defended, and 3 forced fumbles.
Before that, Ryan was with the Tennesee Titans and had his best season for his NFL career in 2019. He finished with 113 total tackles (73 solo) with 4 tackles for loss, 4 interceptions, 18 passes defended, and 4 forced fumbles.
Despite getting that turnover, the Giants currently trail the Broncos 10-7 at halftime.