Antrel Rolle frustrated with Giants poor start

Giants are now 0-2 entering Week 3. Aaron Wilson

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Giants safety Antrel Rolle isn't happy with the demeanor his team has exhibited for the first two games.

After losing to the Cowboys and Broncos, the Giants are now in a 0-2 hole and in a must-win situation this week against the Panthers.

Rolle is hoping the Giants to rally from the situation they've placed themselves in with a win in Carolina. As of now, Rolle seems to be frustrated at the lack of energy his teammates are showing.

“We have a lack of excitement on the sideline,” Rolle said, via CBS New York. “When I look up and down the sidelines, sometimes we’re in it and sometimes we’re not. I don’t know what the reason is for that. This is a game we love to play. I think [getting that excitement back] is going to take care of a lot, just playing with that extra enthusiasm.”

The Giants defense has sputtered to begin to begin the season, giving up a combined 77 points in its first two games.

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Aaron Wilson covers the Raven for The Baltimore Sun.

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