Found November 03, 2011 on
NBC New York:
It isn't often that a 5-2 team gets to play the "everyone's against us" card, but the Giants are doing just that this week.
Safety Antrel Rolle was asked about the difficult stretch of schedule coming up for the Giants and bristled at the notion that it means something bad for the Giants. He rejected the premise of the question and flipped the whole thing back around.
"I don’t worry about our schedule," Rolle said. "I think our schedule needs to worry about us."
Rolle doesn't usually make a lot of sense when he gets in front of a microphone -- anyone who has seen him in pass coverage this season knows his comments about Wes Welker are delusional -- but he hit a bullseye on this front.
The Giants have no reason to be quaking in their boots about the schedule because they have no reason to think that they aren't capable of hanging with the teams coming in the next nine weeks.
The Giants might not have been tested much by the schedule mak...
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