Joe & Evan
It’s too little, too late for the G-Men this season. But the three-time Pro Bowler is impressed with what he’s seen over the past two weeks and is excited about what it means for 2015.
The Giants finally broke their nightmarish seven-game losing streak on Sunday, defeating the Titans handily for their first win since October 5. To say that Antrel Rolle is relieved would be an understatement.
“Those reporters, I know exactly who they are … so they’re gonna have to answer to me in person for taking what I said out of context.”
“In (defensive coordinator) Perry Fewell’s defense, when certain things go wrong throughout the course of a game, it then makes you hesitant to call certain things.”
“But in order for it to be a possibility we’ve gotta go out there and we’ve gotta play as a team. All three phases need to be on the same page at the same time.”
Terry Bradshaw has no problem speaking his mind. The legendary QB took it to a new level Tuesday morning on WFAN radio, putting Roger Goodell on blast. And he didn’t stop there.
Antrel Rolle believes the Giants played with passion — something that he said had been lacking — and purpose in Seattle on Sunday. But the results still weren’t there.
“The entire team. I’m not saying that we’re not playing with passion. I’m saying we’re not playing with enough passion. We’re not playing with enough attitude.”
“Hopefully, one of these weekends, one of these Sundays, we’ll get a win,” the Jets defensive end said on WFAN radio Tuesday.
“Ben Roethlisberger, for sure,” the Hall of Famer told Joe & Evan in his weekly spot. “He’s big, he’s strong, he knocks off tackles.”
Antrel Rolle, joining WFAN co-hosts Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts in his weekly spot on Tuesday, had some interesting things to say about the wide receiver.
“Too bad, players,” the Hall of Famer said, impersonating NFL owners. “We love ya and we need ya. Hang in there with us while we just get filthy a– rich … It’s 32 billionaires getting richer at the expense of players.”
New York’s secondary is a mess. Cornerback Dee Milliner may be done for the year. And Joe Benigno wants Wilson on the first bus out of town.
While Rutgers coach Kyle Flood doesn’t like to talk about the big picture, it’s hard to ignore at the halfway point of the Scarlet Knights’ first season in the Big Ten Conference.
“If they come to me as far as an extension, or they really want to do something, that’s fine. Obviously I’m gonna entertain it. But while I’m playing, I just like to play. I like to stay focused.”