Both teams know that their respective 1-2 starts won’t cut it if the NFC East-leading Eagles are going to keep coming from behind to win every game.
“We need this in the worst way,” the captain told Joe & Evan. “I’m excited, I’m gonna be upbeat. The team is gonna be upbeat. I think we moved in a positive direction this past Sunday.”
Rashad Jennings’ efforts to motivate his teammates Sunday worked wonders, especially for him. Now, the object is keeping the team together week after week.
The key offensive players for the New York Giants finally showed up, and the G-men rode the stellar efforts of Rashad Jennings, Victor Cruz and Eli Manning in their 30-17 triumph over the Houston Texans. The Giants moved to 1-2 on the season, while the Texans dropped to 2-1.
It just might have worked as the Giants got their first win of the season, which prompted Craig to imagine what it might have sounded like…
“Antrel called the meeting and he started it off, with everyone else chipping in their own point of view,” safety Stevie Brown said.
The New York Football Giants are stumbling through the early season again in 2014. Their inferior play thus far has become a reminder of the shortcomings that plagued the team last season. As if righting a sinking ship was not enough for Big Blue to handle, in come the undefeated Houston Texans and their $100 million man, J.J. Watt.
“I challenge all the fans in New York to be louder. And you know what? In order for them to be louder, we have to give them something to be loud about.”
“We need more fight. I feel like the team needs more fight. We need more attitude … I think we’re relying on our talent way too much as opposed to going out there and being dominant, being feisty, having that dog.”
Since the opening of training camp, the Giants have been boasting that their defense has the potential to be one of the NFL’s best. Antrel Rolle & Co. are going to get a chance prove it Monday.
Safety Antrel Rolle was not at all happy about his organization’s decision to cut ties with the 24-year-old, and he wasn’t afraid to speak his mind about the matter.
Coming off his best season, New York Giants safety Antrel Rolle has reason to smile.
To get you ready for the upcoming campaign, WFAN co-hosts Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts did their show from Giants camp.
“I would love to retire a Giant,” Rolle said. “That’s my first and prominent goal. This is definitely where I want to be and this is where I belong.”
The Giants running back had trouble keeping it together during his farewell press conference on Wednesday. But he said his were tears of joy.