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The New York Giants may control their own destiny as far as the playoffs go, but the Redskins certainly controlled this game. Despite early game mistakes, they quickly seized the lead and never let go, dominating their division opponents for the second time this season.
(Antrel Rolle may want to re-think his math a little bit.)
In the absence of Fred Davis, many players have stepped up and become surprisingly important targets on offense. The Redskins second and third string players, many of whom are rookies, proved yet again that they are able to handle a heavy workload with a game day attitude that far surpasses their experience. This is not to imply that they played a perfect game or have had a seamless transition into the starting role. But overall, their performance has been impressive, with this game being no exception.
Redskins never let up the lead in second straight victory against division opponents
The offense was able to convert on third down 8 out of 15 time...
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The Giants lost Sunday, but in Antrel Rolle's mind, they already were losing during their week of preparation for the Redskins.
According to Antrel Rolle, if the Giants and the Redskins played 100 times the Giants would win 99 of them They played each other twice in 2011, and the Redskins won both, so the law of averages was defied.
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Last week, New York Giants safety Antrel Rolle (seen above, participating in yet another dynamic ankle tackle) took to the airwaves, slamming those in the media who would dare blame him for Dez Bryant's touchdown catch in the Giants' eventual 37-34 squeaker win. After insisting that anyone who thought he was burned by Bryant didn't know what the hell they were talking...
The Giants lost a game in pathetic fashion on Sunday. It seems as if Antrel Rolle believes the game was lost earlier in the week.
In a rant that came out of the blue after the Giants were ripped 23-10 by the Redskins, Rolle pointed the finger at unidentified teammates...
Also, Ahmad Bradshaw puts in limited time atpractice
If the Redskins have only a one-to-five percent chance of beating the Giants, then they must be one of the luckiest teams ever.
That’s what Giants safety Antrel Rolle had to accept, following his team’s second loss to the Redskins in as many chances. With his trash talking turned to bad math, he finally had to admit that the Redskins were the better team this year (via CSNWashington...
Rolle started last week’s only juicy story line back in Week 1, when he expressed his frustration at the Giants’ loss to the Redskins.
“As a team and organization, we know that the Washington Redskins is not a better team than us,” Rolle told WFAN back in September. “We know that hands down. If we played them 100 times, they might win five. They won that...
In one sense, I was really surprised about the Giants losing on Sunday. But once you really think about it, what's really surprising about it? I can say that about the whole NFC East. Dallas, New York and Philadelphia (particularly early on and now that they're red-hot) have all been up and down. The entire NFC East has been a rollercoaster. One week Dallas stepped to the...
Antrel Rolle called out his teammates for lacking heart on Sunday. A day later, Tom Coughlin called out the Giants’ cornerback for his public comments.
Quarterback Rex Grossman said the Washington Redskins did take offense to Antrel Rolle's comments that the Giants would beat their division rival "99" out of 100 times.
Brandon Jacobs called Plaxico Burress a “dangerous weapon,” Antrel Rolle hyped his play in the red zone and Aaron Ross proclaimed that he is once again one of the league’s finest wideouts.