New York Giants cornerback Aaron Ross told Newsday that he believes this year’s team is ready to make another Super Bowl run in 2013.
“I’ve been seeing everybody has that hunger again like the two other Super Bowls,” said Ross. “I’m not sure what happened last year, but a lot of mental busts and maybe a little bit of complacency set in after the Super Bowl. But this year, you can tell with coach Coughlin — starts with him — how hard he’s pushing the team, how hard he’s pushing everybody.”
Ross says the Giants can’t let anyone else win the Super Bowl in their stadium this year.
“I do feel that, especially since I came back after being away,” said Ross. “It seems like everybody has that hunger, plus the Super Bowl is going to be played in our stadium. We can’t have anybody else playing in our backyard.”
Ross says they’ve often talked about this years Super Bowl.
“We’ve talked about it, and it’s another goal that coach Coughlin put in front of us,” he said. “Guys are hungry to achieve that goal.”
The Giants have a lot of questions on their roster, but that was the case in 2007 and 2011.