Found December 05, 2012 on
Larry Brown Sports:
For whatever reason, the New York Giants seem to fall asleep in the month of November and into early December every season. Fortunately, they tend to turn things on at the end of the regular season and during the playoffs. After losing three out of their last four — including a game to the Washington Redskins that has made the NFC East race incredibly tight — Tom Coughlin will need his players to be their usual selves in December.
Safety Antrel Rolle believes one of New York’s biggest problems has been its attitude.
“I think we just need to get back to being a little nasty, having a nasty attitude,” Rolle told WFAN’s Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts. “Like I said, don’t do anything that’s out of the line of football, but have a little nasty attitude, get a little bit more dog in us, and go out there and play the game. Play the game physical, play the game tough, play the game hard, and we’ll give hugs and kisses after the game.
“But while that game is going on, we...
BEST OF MAXIM
Antrel Rolle wants to see a little more of the dog from the New York Giants, and not just the defense.
This dog isn't a blitz though.
The veteran safety who is the sparkplug on that side of the ball said Wednesday that the Giants (7-5) need to start showing the tenacity of one of those nasty dogs who is not out to make any friends if it wants to get back to the playoffs.
After the New York Giants 17-16 defeat to the Washington Redskins Giants safety Antrel Rolle told WFAN that he and his teammates need to get "nasty" and show the "dog" inside them.
Defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul agrees with Rolle.
“I'm behind Rolle 100 percent,” Pierre-Paul said via CBSSports.com. “We've been playing like we haven't. I think...
WHAT A POTTY MOUTH
Following Washington's win over the New York Monday night, Redskins owner Dan Snyder reportedly was overheard colorfully expressing his feelings about his team's rivals.
New York Giants right tackle Sean Locklear will miss the rest of season with a right-knee injury suffered during Monday's loss to the Washington Redskins, according to a USA Today report. Locklear is believed to have a torn ACL, and perhaps something more severe, USA Today reported, though Giants head coach Tom Coughlin only called it a "severe knee sprain." David...
A suburban New York mother who pleaded guilty to promoting prostitution says she plans to write a book that will disclose names.
Following a court appearance Wednesday, Anna Gristina said football fans in particular will be interested in the book. The New York Post reported an NFL executive will be the first name she discloses, possibly in an upcoming interview with TV host psychologist...
The New York Giants know better than to underestimate a Steve Spagnuolo defense, even one that currently ranks at the bottom of the NFL.
When the Saints' defensive coordinator was in New York, the Giants not only won a Super Bowl, but they saw how Spagnuolo could adapt when things went wrong and improve his unit over time.
Giants guard Kevin Boothe says the thing he remembers...
If you want to play in January and February in the NFL, you have to win football games in December. The NFL season doesn’t begin in earnest until the turkey has been scarfed down on Thanksgiving, and with the first week of December just about in the rearview, it’s go time for teams on the bubble.
As is the case this time of the year, the Week 14 slate has a plethora of divisional...
If the battle between the stumbling G-Men and the plucky Redskins wasn’t entertaining enough after Robert Griffin III led Washington over New York on Monday night, 17-16, this should do it.
Redskins owner Dan Snyder reportedly made his rounds in the locker room afterward and expressed just how nice it was to beat the Giants.
Redskins owner Dan Snyder congratulating everyone in...