The New York Giants have underwent a bit of turnover since facing the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLII four seasons ago as just 15 players remain on the active roster. That leaves quite a few players that weren't a part of that game, but will be involved in next week's affair.
The Giants' media team asked their players where they were during the last Giants-Patriots Super Bowl and a few of them gave rather ho-hum answers. Giants safety Antrel Rolle recalled where he watched the game quite vividly, however:
"I was actually watching that in Brazil," he said. "There was only one place in Brazil showing the game, and I was standing on top of maybe like two bar stools and probably a midget was under me, who knows. I don't know. It was extremely crowded, everyone was stacked on top of each other. It was a small place in Brazil, probably no bigger than this restroom, and there were a million people in there. It was the only place showing it and I had to watch the game."
Rolle should play a bigger role in this game considering he's already recorded 21 tackles in the postseason thus far, but it remains to be seen if he'll be able to recreate the excitement of his experience during the last Giants-Patriots Super Bowl.