Found December 16, 2011 on
T-Rock's Take On The Giants:
At the end of the day, Giants safety Antrel Rolle had a point in a Tuesday radio rant aimed at television analysts who critique players without necessarily knowing what they are talking about.
BEST OF MAXIM
Antrel Rolle is a Pro Bowl safety playing on a defense that is just dribbling all over itself at the worst times. They began the season as a “bend but don’t break” Tampa-2 and have disintegrated with each game. It has nothing to do with talent. It has to do with cohesiveness and adaptability. They have neither.
“If you are on the same page at the same time and every man holds...
Giants safety Antrel Rolle has only one interception so far this season, but in a bid to see that total increase, heâs challenging opposing quarterbacks to start throwing his way.
Today is apparently âRebuttal Against Antrel Rolle Dayâ at the Timex Performance Center.
Rolle isn't one to shy away from publicizing opinions
Frustrated by a lack of interceptions and the continued problems of the Giants' secondary, Antrel Rolle is issuing the following challenge to all opposing quarterbacks left on the Giants' schedule: Start throwing the ball his way.
How he beats you: The sixth-year pro leads the Giants with 77 tackles and has an interception and a forced fumble this season. With great size and athleticism, he does well against the run when used in the box and on open-field tackles. Rolle also is solid in coverage, having played cornerback his entire college career and the first half of his NFL career. “He’s a finisher,”...
Usually we’re not in the business of odds-making on this site, but I’m always happy to report on guarantees. And in the world of guarantees, there’s confidence, and then there’s the reportedly “very, very confident” Giants’ free safety Antrel Rolle.
Following the Redskins Week 1 victory over the Giants, Rolle reportedly told WFAN, the sports talk radio station...
Antrel Rolle was right for firing back at Cris Collinsworth for telling millions of viewers watching Giants-Cowboys on NBC that Dez Bryant “barbecued” him on a 50-yard touchdown reception. If Rolle didn’t open his mouth who else would?
When Antrel Rolle was on the radio Tuesday he said he was in the right spot on the Dez Bryant 50-yard touchdown pass. My powers of deduction allowed me to conclude, therefore, that Corey Webster was in the wrong spot. Since both of them were on the same side of the field, and they both covered the same area allowing Bryant to get wide open, then someone must have been in the wrong coverage.
http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/giants/ny-giants-defense-score-article-1.991797Ronald Martinez/Getty ImagesSafeties Deon Grant (l.) and Antrel Rolle (ground) know it's time for Giants defense to keep leads and not depend on heroics from Eli Manning and offense.By Ralph Vacchiano - NY Dailynews 12/15/11
Here’s some stuff from around the net to tide you over for awhile…
Bob Raissman of the Daily News says Antrel Rolle is right about NBC analyst Cris Collinsworth…
Antrel Rolle was right for firing back at Cris Collinsworth for telling millions of viewers watching Giants-Cowboys on NBC that Dez Bryant “barbecued” him on a 50-yard touchdown reception. If Rolle didn’t open...