Pierre-Paul says he'll be unstoppable, next season

Defensive end has been derailed by back injury Aaron Wilson

Print This December 04, 2013, 07:41 PM EST

This just hasn't been New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul's year.

He's been limited all season due to undergoing offseason back surgery.

And now he's dealing with a shoulder injury.

Although he has no intentions of going on injured reserve this year, Pierre-Paul has big expectations for next season.

"When I come back next year, I don't think there's going to be a tackle in the league who can stop me," Pierre-Paul said.

The shoulder injury kept him from practicing today.

"It was painful," Pierre-Paul said. "What I expected to do, I didn't do. It got to a point where I could only go out there on third downs, basically. I'm out there rushing with one arm, and I'm trying. But you get to a point where you can't be Superman. You've got to come out and hope the next guy can do better than you."

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Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun.

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