Found January 08, 2012 on
Larry Brown Sports:
The Giants are feeling pretty good after winning their third straight game Sunday — a 24-2 drubbing of the Falcons. Defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul, who had 16.5 sacks in the regular season, made 8 tackles against the Falcons, and an even stronger statement after the game.
“We’re going to win [against the Packers],” he said, according to Giants reporter Mike Garafolo. “A hundred percent we’re going to win. … Because we’re the best.”
Newsday’s Bob Glauber tweeted a similar statement from Pierre-Paul. “We’re going to go out there & give all our effort, and we’re going to walk away with the win.”
The Giants have beaten the Jets, Cowboys, and Falcons since dropping a home game to the Reskins in Week 15. They’re obviously feeling pretty confident, but putting the Packers on notice is about the last thing they should be doing. Sure they won the NFC Championship Game at Lambeau Field in the 2007 season, but this is a different Green Bay squad. Maybe the Giants should save their
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On the heels of a dominating win over the Atlanta Falcons, the defensive end was full of bravado, as evidenced by his statement that the Giants will beat the Packers, because, in his words, "we're the best."
Giants’ DE Jason Pierre-Paul hasn’t done much wrong this year, being named a first-team NFL All-Pro in his second season and became a household name to NFL fans. He made a huge misstep yesterday afternoon by providing the Green Bay Packers with some bulletin-board fodder – a no-no for Giants’ players.
“We’re going to win. One hundred percent, we’re going to win …...
Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul was so impressed by his teamâs performance in a 24-2 win over the Falcons that he guaranteed a win over the Packers on Sunday a few minutes after yesterdayâs game.
Jason Pierre-Paul, the All Pro defensive end for the New York Giants, is feeling confident as his team goes to Green Bay to take on the No. 1 seed Packers.
Jason Pierre-Paul and the Giants defensive line gives them a sizable edge over the competition.
Jason Pierre-Paul was down on the MetLife turf just a few plays into the third quarter yesterday when the Giants phenom collided with both Aaron Ross and Justin Tuck. Fear emerged as to what might have happened to Pierre-Paul.
After a little while, though, Pierre-Paul arose and began to walk...
Tom Coughlin won’t second Jason Pierre-Paul guarantee Giants will beat PackersJOSEPH E. AMATUROBOLD PREDICTION: While Jason Pierre-Paul is predicting a Giants win over the Packers on Sunday, coach Tom Coughlin refused to go that far.By Paul Schwartz - NY Post 1/10/12
- Jason Pierre-Paul and Aaron Ross collided (that’s five first names slamming into each other!) as they both dove for a tipped pass. Giants fans hold their breath…Both players are standing on the sideline so it appears that the Giants have dodged a bullet.
- Update: Aaron Ross is being examined for a head injury.
- The refs are certainly not helping the Giants today. Hakeem Nicks...
Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul (90) takes down Atlanta Falcons running back Michael Turner (33). APEAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Much to the dismay of the Falcons’ front office and despite their best efforts, the Falcons are not a championship level NFL team.
The Falcons were defeated by the New York Giants 24-2 and rudely escorted from the playoffs at MetLife Stadium before...