I simply put this in the Stadium because of the disrespect they have shown every opponent, especially to our Redskins Bob Griffin, the threat that he better not run to Jason Pierre Paul side. "By the way my aunt has a dayum dog named Pierre that yacks all day too, all bark and no bite! How they flash their rings and make known they are world champs.
They now are crying for respect after RG3 and the Redskins took the lead with under 2 minutes, how the Redskins ran all over and through the unbreakable defense that stoned the 49ers, and how many who know the game of football knows the Giants got their asses handed to them by the Redskins, although they got the W, and by now all 3 NFC opponents.
Bob, I mean Rob Ryan from the Cowboys tells these chumps, I mean champs just how it is! I thought I would never in my life love anything about Dallas and never ever root for them, but please beat their asses again tomorrow! We will finish them late in the season, that's a fact!
Now for Link and Story http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap100...ew-york-giants
The New York Giants recently claimed they aren't respected. Apparently, they don't give it, either. Isn't this game fun?
Dallas Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan told the New York Post, via Pro Football Talk, the Giants didn't give the Cowboys credit for their Week 1 victory.
"A bunch of bull----," Ryan said. "I understand we played the Giants before and the only reason we stopped them was their lack of execution, that it had nothing to do our players or our scheme. ... That's been well documented. That was said.
"They give a lot of credit where credit is due, and it's just because of their lack of execution. We got the message, we understand that. That'll be great. We're looking forward to that challenge.
"They're the Super Bowl champs. We've given them nothing but respect. They've hung a million yards up on us before. Then we played them the first game of the year, they just had a bad day."
There's never a dull moment when the Ryan brothers are involved. And there's nothing better than a perceived slight turned into bulletin board material.