According to the New York Times, Sehorn said "I've relied more on off coverage, and felt kind of lost in space at times, just because there is so much space when you're off..."
It was apparent from his play, that he was indeed off. Notably, opposing QB's were no longer afraid to throw in his direction.
Last season Sehorn registered 63 tackles (57 solo) with 3 interceptions, 1 sack and 1 fumble recovery.
Sehorn told the Times the he's ready to get back to closing the distance and challenging receivers.
The Giants will need him in top form, as he'll be joined in the backfield by either Will Allen or Will Peterson, 2001 first and second round draft picks.
If Sehorn can return to top form, no one will be throwing in his direction.