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Antrel Rolle may be the most versatile of the New York secondary. He's a converted corner and can play both positions without any drop off. He is also the leader of the group.
Since coming over in free agency from Arizona in 2010, Rolle has done a little bit of everything, include volunteering for spot duty at the nickel. Rolle has had enough time to get fully involved in the Giants-Cowboys rivalry, and he spoke to Richard Neer on WFAN in New York about the win.
He also addressed Jerry Jones preseason comments"that "the Cowboys would beat the Giants' asses."
“That’s something that was brought up before the season started, and I can tell you right now I haven’t thought about it unless I’ve been asked about it in the media. And that’s always going to be my approach — I can care less about who says what.
The game still has to be played come Sunday. He invited a whole lot of people out there to watch the Giants get their butts whooped and it didn’t quite t...
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