Giants rookie DeAndre Baker was drafted to do 1 thing and is doing the total opposite. What's wrong?

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Giants rookie DeAndre Baker was drafted to do 1 thing and is doing the total opposite. What's wrong?
Giants rookie DeAndre Baker was drafted to do 1 thing and is doing the total opposite. What's wrong?

NFL rules on limited contact prohibited Giants rookie cornerback DeAndre Baker from playing his preferred style during minicamp practices. But what's the explanation for it now? Are the Giants misusing Baker by not allowing him play to his strengths in games? Or is Baker's shaken confidence preventing him from playing man-to-man bump-and-run coverage against opposing receivers? The sight of Baker lined up 7-10 yards off the line of scrimmage against the Buffalo Bills last week was startling given scouting reports coming out of college he was the most physical cornerback available at the top of the draft. It's why the Giants boldly traded three picks for one to move into the end of the first round

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