Tom Coughlin sees the confidence beginning to develop with his players.
"As that develops, because of the result, the past couple weeks being very good examples, they get a good feeling about one another," Coughlin said. "You always have to be able to count on the guy to your right and to your left. I like the way I keep referring to our team developing, and I like the way that is taking place in terms of the way we're there for each other and keeping track. If the offense is on the field, the defense and special teams is very much involved in what's going on, and they're the guys out on the field congratulating when the play or series is over. I like that, and that's taking place as a whole with our team, but also with the offense, defense, and special teams."
Hakeem Nicks had a pretty mature response for a second-year player when asked to discuss how the Giants have rebounded from a 1-2 start.
"It's good that we've got momentum, and we've got to keep going up from here. We've just got to keep on preparing well throughout the week and then going out there on Sundays and playing," Nicks said. "I think we came together as a team. We worry about what's going on in our locker room and take things for what it is, and we know what we need to work on and get better at."
Coughlin's recent Jay Fund dinner for families of children with cancer was an overwhelming success.