Justin Tuck and Jason Pierre-Paul will return in 2013, but a few of the team's best defenders are headed elsewhere.
What does JPP stand for?
JPP stands for Jason Pierre-Paul (football player)
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We have 64 other meanings of JPP in our Acronym Attic
- Jerusalem Post International Edition
- Java Personal OpenGL Tutorial (originated in 1998)
- Joint Psychological Operations Task Force
- Joint Psychological Operations Task Group (US DoD)
- Joint Panel On Oceanographic Tables and Standards
- Joint Project Optic Windmill
- J'en Peux Plus (French: I Can Do More)
- James Patrick Page (British guitarist)
- Japan Polypropylene Corporation (Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation)
- Japan Pulp and Paper (various locations)
- Jean Pierre Papin (French football player/manager)
- Jim Parsons Project (band coalition)
- João Pedro Pais (singer, Portugal)
- Joint Permit Processing
- Joint Planning Process
- Joint Program Plan
- Jones Point Park (Alexandria, VA)
- Journal of Prisoners on Prisons
- Journal of Propulsion and Power (US Air Force Research Laboratory)
- Jubilee Primary School (Gold Coast, Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Previous gifted athletes include LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Tim Hardaway, John Starks, Pat Riley, Mariano Rivera, Derek Jeter, Jack Brewer, Jerod Mayo, Antonio Smith, Chris Myers, Jason Pierre-Paul and Muhammad Ali.
Griffin is elusive enough to stay clear of the Giants pass-rush, and will not be too downhearted if New York defensive ends Jason Pierre-Paul and Justin Tuck are slowed by their injuries.
They answered with a 38-yard field goal by Lawrence Tynes, then, big plays by defensive linemen Jason Pierre-Paul, Chris Canty and Justin Tuck, who smothered Brady on a 4-yard sack, sent the New England offense to the sideline three-and-out.
Giles Roberts Ladbrokes NY Giants will win the Super Bowl because of the superior playmakers on their defence, particularly on the line where Jason Pierre-Paul and Osi Umenyiora can pressure Tom Brady.
Pierre-Paul prepares plan Defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul seems confident the Giants can get after Brady like they did in Super Bowl XLII.
Turnovers plagued the now 3-4 Cowboys yet again, with quarterback Tony Romo firing off four interceptions, including one brought back by Giants linebacker Jason Pierre-Paul 28 yards for a touchdown.