If we've learned anything about jock speak, we know the "It's Us Against The World!" mentality is the last line of defense for a team on the brink.
"Let me tell you something, man -- we're going to fight," the safety told WFAN-AM in New York on Tuesday. "I don't care how we fight, I don't care what corner we're going to back ourselves up to, and you know what? Everyone might be off the Giants bandwagon, which is fine, which is fine. We've only had us anyways and only need us to get to where we need to get to. If the fans want to be there, then be there."
"I think we were put in the best position possible to make plays and handle what was going to be thrown at us, and a lot of the things that they did we studied for, but there were also a lot of things they did that we had never seen," he said. "So I think it became a little bit of a chess match (on Monday), but at the same time, I don't think we helped ourselves -- speaking on the defense, I mean; I don't speak on the offense -- as a defense, I don't think we played a good football game at all."