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 New Giants - “I saw the blocked extra point and, of course, my heart went into my throat. ... I was just sitting there, really just thinking overtime.”
 New Giants - “Speed and quickness are always going to be critical, ... But sometimes bigger guys can power their way through coverage, too. There are guys strong enough to run through double-teams and who can go up and get the ball. And, yeah, you're seeing a lot more of those guys than we had in the league years ago.”
 New Giants - “We stop listening to questions that are constantly asked about, You started fast and then (expletive) the last couple years,''' he said.”
 New Giants - “Certainly we've had our ups and downs over the years, and we don't always agree, but I like Drew because he's direct and a dealmaker, ... I frankly enjoy working with him because what you see is what you get.”
 New Giants - “Rosie was a great Giant, ... He was with this organization for more than 50 years as a player, coach and scout. He excelled in every area and he was always a gentleman.”
 New Giants - “It's the nature of coaching, ... You get someone who's done it and you feel like, 'Well, maybe I can catch lightning in a bottle one more time.'”
 New Giants - “At a point in history when we need the nation to trust us, we've given them reasons to step back and view everything we propose with skepticism,”
 New Giants - “(Rice's) conditioning really has been a measuring stick for everybody in this league, ... It is so easy for us to point to Jerry Rice when we are trying to make a strong message with a player who we may not feel is as serious about his game as he should be.”
 New Giants - “I felt fine, ... I wanted to take all of the snaps, but (coach Tom Coughlin) took me out and I don't argue with the head man about that. But I was making all the throws. I threw some deep ones that actually had too much on them. I have to work on the timing on some of those things, but it felt good throwing.”
 New Giants - “I felt fine, ... I wanted to take all of the snaps, but coach Tom Coughlin took me out and I don't argue with the head man about that. But I was making all the throws. I threw some deep ones that actually had too much on them. I have to work on the timing on some of those things, but it felt good throwing.”
 New Giants - “I've never really been a part of anything like that -- in college or in the NFL,”
 New Giants - “I read where I'm anti-Yankee, ... I'm anti any club that wins all the time.”
 New Giants - “Some of it is belief, ... A lot of guys who have gone through Pittsburgh believe in that system more than anything else. It's been very good to them. The Patriots, it's been very good to them also.”
 New Giants - “But what's not clear is whether all these players posturing for money is good for the image of the NFL or the quality of its product. The league has always benefited from the perception that the players' paychecks really do hinge on performance, and that a failure to produce could lead directly to unemployment. As players (and agents) get more strident in voicing their salary gripes, fans may begin to view them as no different than the me-first jocks in other sports. Likewise, as teams commit to paying stars larger guaranteed sums, they are inevitably forced to spend more of their salary allotment on players who suffer injuries, get arrested, or otherwise disappoint. There is a lot more dead money now, ... You're basically married to a player for at least two or three years.”