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Last sunday the Giants put on an incredible performance against the 49ers thanks to the G-Men defense. San Fran QB Alex Smith was forced 3 interceptions and 2 of those were at the hands of Antrel Rolle. His dominant performance earned him defensive player of the week. Both of his interceptions came in the 3rd quarter and was done in front of ex-Giant Mario Manninghan
“I think what made that interception was Corey Webster,” Rolle told WFAN Tuesday in his weekly spot, “I think he did a phenomenal job of staying patient and squaring up the reciever. And once the reciever broke on the slant route, he undercut the route so well that Alex Smith had to put air to the ball. I was fortunate enough to get a good break out of my Cover 3 zone and was able to hold onto the ball.”
This week the Giants turn their focus to Wasington on Sunday at Metlife Stadium. They are sitting 0-2 in their division so I consider Sunday’s game a must win for the the G-Men. Last year they loss both season games to the Redskins. Does last year’s strugglesnhave Rolle motivated for Sunday? You bet.
“It has to, I think it definitely has to,” Rolle said. “Last year they had our number, for whatever reason…And they look like a much better team this year. So we’re definitely going to put our foot to the metal and give it all that we’ve got this week.”
The key to victory this week is another amazing performance by the Giants defense to stop RG3.
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