"I think we need to start giving more credit after the game as opposed to before the game," Rolle said Tuesday on WFAN radio, via the New York Daily News. "Personally, that's not anything I've been too fond of. Do I respect my opponents? I respect them. You know, I'll give credit when credit's due. But I'm not going to kiss anyone's butt before the game. That's something that I'm never, ever going to do as long as I'm playing the game of football.
"I think we just need to get back to being a little nasty, having a nasty attitude, get a little bit more dog in us, and go out there and play the game."
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"I don't see enough dog out there on the field," Rolle said. "I don't see enough manhandling out there on the field. And I don't see us putting opponents away when we know we could."