Echoing comments made by Giants defenders in the run-up to Sunday's Super Bowl, Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Marcell Dareus said the key to beating Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is to pressure him.
Dareus added one caveat.
"Don't go too crazy because Brady has the referees on his side," he said. "He cries to referees as soon as he gets a chance, and it always goes his way. So don't go too crazy, just play the game safe and just get in his face. Get him to throw bad passes, throw when he doesn't want to."
It's also worth noting that the Bills did get to Brady in the regular-season finale, sacking him four times, but they couldn't stop the Patriots quarterback from throwing for 338 yards and three touchdowns en route to a 49-21 trouncing.
Dareus said that, naturally, he wants New York to pull off the upset.