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Topic - Antrel Rolle
The New York Giants' secondary has gotten a lot stronger in the past couple of days, and so has their return game.
Even the Redskins' opponents think RG3 is taking too many hits. Just ask Antrel Rolle!
Tom Coughlin's pinched face, ever present on the New York Giants' sideline during his eight seasons, gives way to a smile more often now. He'll even crack a one-liner or two.
The New York Giants secondary has a message for Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers this time around:
A review of the best and worst performances by the Washington Redskins' offense and some observations after re-watching the TV broadcast of their 23-10 win over the New York Giants.
Some Redskins players found extra satisfaction in Sunday's 23-10 victory over the New York Giants because of what Giants safety Antrel Rolle said after Washington beat them in Week 1.
New York Giants safeties Antrel Rolle and Kenny Phillips have been fined a total of $30,000 for unnecessary roughness calls in last weekend's loss to the Washington Redskins.
As high as the Washington Redskins and their fans were after Sunday's 28-14 season-opening victory, the losing locker room involved a lot of self-criticism. For the Giants, this was a game they lost — not one the Redskins won.
New York Giants safety Antrel Rolle has apologized for comparing fans' booing players after a bad half of football to fans booing troops returning home from Iraq after a tour of duty.
Eli Manning threw a 32-yard touchdown pass to Kevin Boss with 3:15 to play and the New York Giants rallied to beat Jacksonville 24-20 on Sunday, snapping a two-game losing streak and ending the Jaguars' three-game winning streak.
New York Giants defensive end Justin Tuck did his best to avoid talking about the Seattle Seahawks having to start Charlie Whitehurst at quarterback for the injured Matt Hasselbeck.
Much to Tom Coughlin's dismay, the New York Giants are getting away from their recent habit of keeping their complaints about the team internal.
"That guy takes too many brutal hits," said Rolle.
"That was huge," Rolle said.