Giants' Antrel Rolle says 'we can't be beat'

The New York Giants aren’t lacking for confidence when it comes to Sunday’s NFC Championship Game showdown at San Francisco.

They’re riding high after pummeling the defending champion Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field.

“We wouldn’t say we’re unstoppable, but our mindset is extreme at this point. We’re not going to be denied. … I might be a little biased, but in our minds, we can’t be beat,” Giants safety Antrel Rolle said, according to the New York Daily News. “We’re extremely confident and we’ve given ourselves the reasons to feel that way. We have to continue to give ourselves those reasons, and we will. We have no doubts.”

If that sounds familiar, you will recall defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul guaranteed a victory last week over the Packers. The team that is talking the talk is walking the walk to this point.

“It don’t matter who we play. You can put an All-Star team in front of us, and we’re going to go out there and compete,” Rolle said. “We don’t fold. No matter what happens, if there’s a bad call, or things aren’t going our way, we’re not going to break.

“We’re not going to lose focus on what’s at stake and our ultimate goal.”

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