Sunday, April 20, 2014
By Tom Canavan, The Associated Press
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It certainly wasn't the easy road.
"We can't continue to shoot ourselves in the foot," defensive tackle Rocky Bernard said. "We have to take advantage of our opportunity. Things like this don't come along all the time. Hopefully we can get this thing going."
Safety Antrel Rolle said the Giants controlled their own destiny going into this week and that's not going to change, at least for now.
"We're just trying to win out, taking it one game at a time," he said. "Right now we are just focused on Green Bay and what they present. We're looking forward to Sunday."
Rolle couldn't help but smile when reminded that this team never takes the easy way.
"That's the way we have done it while I've been here," Rolle said. "I'm not saying we're too fond of that way, but sometimes you have to pick up the slack when needed and push forward, and that's what we have done as an organization. Right now it's six games to go and that's what we are looking forward to."
Coughlin said Dallas' loss doesn't change anything.
"Take care of your own business, that's what I learned a long, long time ago," he said. "Take care of your own business."