NEW YORK (WFAN) – New York Giants’ offensive lineman Chris Snee has already won two Super Bowl titles, but the 30-year-old is looking to add more rings to his collection.
Perhaps eight more? The three-time Pro Bowler isn’t counting out the possibility of winning Super Bowl rings for each finger.
Snee won Super Bowl XLII in 2008 and Super Bowl XLVI last season. He’s confident that the Giants will lift the Lombardi Trophy again at Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans.
“You look at the history and the odds of winning back-to-back is against us,” Snee told The National Review.
“But, the goal is to win back-to-back. It might be a lofty goal, but that is what we expect. I have eight more fingers left on my hands for rings.”
Snee isn’t the only NFC East star predicting a dynasty run for his team. Michael Vick of the Philadelphia Eagles believes Philly has what it takes to become a superpower.
Vick recently compared the Eagles are Super Bowl dynasties of the past in an interview with Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia.
“When I look at our football team and what we have on paper, I think about when I was growing up and the great San Francisco 49er teams, the great Green Bay Packer teams, and the great Dallas Cowboy teams, how they just positioned themselves to compete and be one of the best teams out there,” Vick said.
“I think we have a chance to be that. I think we have a chance to develop a dynasty.”
The Eagles last won a championship in 1960, before the Super Bowl was established. They lost Super Bowl XXXIX in 2004 to the New England Patriots.
Snee can at least flash his two Super Bowl rings as proof that the Giants are capable of forming a modern dynasty. He believes the Giants can improve upon last season’s success.
“I just want to improve and I want for us to improve,” Snee said. “We just want to improve and keep winning championships.”
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