One of the biggest stories of the first quarter of the NFL season are the struggles of the New York Giants. The Giants dropped to 0-4 after a 31-7 loss at the hands of the Kansas City Chiefs. In fact since a 36-31 loss to the Dallas Cowboys, the Giants haven’t even been competitive, losing 41-23 to the Denver Broncos and 38-0 to the Carolina Panthers.
Despite all of their struggles, Giants safety Antrell Rolle thinks the Giants can win out.
“I believe we can go 12-0 from this point on,” Rolle told Kieran Darcy of ESPN New York Monday. “People can look at me like I’m crazy, but you know I could really give a damn at this point. This is what I truly believe. I know the talent of this team, I know the mindset of this team, we just have to go out there and put it all together.”
On the season, Rolle, a nine-year veteran out of Miami, has 21 tackles and an interception.
“We’ve played some bad football, but this is gonna be a true testament of who this New York Giants football team is,” Rolle said. “We can either go in a hole, and hang our heads, or we can come out fighting. And I believe we’re definitely gonna come out fighting. You all haven’t seen the end of us yet.”
The Giants will be back in action Sunday when they host the Philadelphia Eagles.