Good morning, New York Giants' fans! Here are some of the stories making headlines around the Giants on Thursday.
Antrel Rolle Ready For Challenge
Giants' safety Antrel Rolle is looking forward to the challenge of facing Peyton Manning.
"I love it, I love it. I love the opportunity. I love going up against the best of the best and we all know what Peyton brings to the table, a Hall of Fame quarterback. You're not going to find a quarterback that understands defenses more than Peyton," Rolle said. "He understands formations, he understands rock and roll coverages, he understands it all. There's not going to be much you can throw at him to really throw him off and confuse him but it's not going to stop us from trying."
JPP 'Not At That Game Mode'
Jason Pierre-Paul played 52 snaps Sunday night against the Dallas Cowboys in his return from back surgery, and had virtually no impact on the game. He admitted Wednesday that his conditioning isn't where it needs to be.
"I'm not at that game mode. I'm fatigued. My legs are getting fatigued sometimes. I'm just trying to do the best I can," Pierre-Paul said Wednesday.
David Baas Hoping To Play Sunday
Starting center David Baas practiced for the first time on Wednesday since suffering an MCL injury during the second preseason game. Baas said afterwards that he thinks he "has a good shot" at playing Sunday vs. the Denver Broncos.
"Today, I did some good things, I thought," Baas said. "Obviously, getting back to football, there's stuff that I had to push through. But it felt good to be back out there working. It was a good step forward."
Around The Inter-Google
Peyton thinks media should ask him about Giants’ D, not Eli | ProFootballTalk
Peyton Manning is facing Eli Manning on Sunday, as you've probably heard. But considering that they'll never be on the field at the same time, maybe we should be talking about more than just Peyton vs. Eli. That's what Peyton thinks.
Pereira: Officials wrongly gave Victor Cruz a TD on incomplete pass | ProFootballTalk
No one knows what constitutes a catch in the NFL anymore. When the "Calvin Johnson rule" reared its ugly head again on Sunday, and the Lions' star receiver had a touchdown catch overturned by the referee after reviewing the replay, it looked like the NFL had properly enforced the rule ...
Giants’ Jacobs Has a New Attitude to Go With His New Number - NYTimes.com
At 6 feet 4 inches and 265 pounds, Brandon Jacobs has always been an imposing figure in the backfield, but beginning his second tour as a Giants player, he arrived chastened.
Politi: Eli Manning has nothing to prove entering another Manning Bowl | NJ.com
The Giants quarterback is well on his way to a Hall of Fame career himself.
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