This is not that world.
Just when you thought he had exhausted all methods of psychological warfare in the rivalry, Tuck changed gears and went into the classic "We're not so different, you and me" Hollywood Bad Guy angle.
"In the Dallas weeks, we probably trash-talk a little bit more," Tuck said, according to the New York Post. "But I think it has a lot to do with respect. Those Dallas teams, they just seem to do it as close to the right way as we do ... with their owner (Jerry Jones), their past championships and past (great) players.
"The two teams are probably more similar than we like to give each other credit," he added. "That's one of the reasons why these games are so embraced. Both teams have a lot of respect for each other."