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New York Giants' news and notes: Antrel Rolle 'going for a 12-4 season'

New York Giants news for the Wednesday before Thanksgiving.

Antrel Rolle
Antrel Rolle
Stephen Dunn

Good morning, New York Giants' fans! Here is your Wednesday morning notebook.

Rolle wants Giants on perfect roll to end regular season | New York Daily News
"I want to win six out of six," the safety said Tuesday, in his weekly appearance on WFAN. "That's the way I look at it, that’s the way I play the game, that’s my attitude about it. Four out of six, it may get us in, it may not get us in, it all depends.

"I don’t want to bank ourselves on a 10-6 season. So (I’m) definitely going to go for a 12-4 season."

Victor Cruz says Packers defense is playing 'inspired' and rookies will be targets Sunday |
"I've seen some good things," the wide receiver said today at Eva's Village in his hometown of Paterson where he was donating over 5,000 cans of soup. "I've seen that they're playing inspired football. They're playing off of their offense. When their offense is doing well you can really see the defense really picking up and that's a good thing. We just got to make sure we capitalize off what we see on the film against their defense and see some of their weak points to try to just attack it the best we can."

Justin Tuck of New York Giants says team hasn't lost any confidence - ESPN New York
The New York Giants haven't lost any confidence despite not having played their best football for over a month.

Coe surprised G-Men placed him on IR - Giants Blog - ESPN New York
Giants cornerback Michael Coe said Monday that he was placed on injured reserve with the minor injury designation, and he was surprised the Giants made that decision to place him on IR. Once Coe is healthy, the Giants can release him, but he can't come back to the team this season.

Coe was placed on IR on Nov. 10th as he was battling a hamstring injury.

"There was no reason to go on IR, but they listed it as minor," Coe said. "We'll see what happens in the next couple of weeks."

PK Lawrence Tynes on pace to set records

Giants, Packers ready to go at it again -

Giants' Chris Canty takes a break from Packers prep to give back to community |