Matthew Emmons-US PRESSWIRE
Stevie Brown was a key factor in the New York Giants' win over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday.
Brown was mostly thought of as a depth player for the Giants when the season began, but he's proven to be quite valuable for Tom Coughlin's group. The 25-year-old has seemingly been everywhere in 2012, collecting five interceptions on the young campaign. Brown became a starter when Kenny Phillips suffered a knee injury.
In the game against his hometown Cowboys, Brown also had two defensed passes and eight tackles to accompany the two picks.
In those two years, Brown combined for 35 tackles. Through eight games with New York, the ex-Michigan Wolverine already has 34 to his credit.