When you play for the Super Bowl champs, you can say pretty much anything you want. So Justin Tuck of the Giants said that his team wants to build a dynasty there isnt much anyone can say to argue with him.And he can be forgiven if he was a little giddy when he spoke of a Giants dynasty yesterday. It was during the ceremony where the team received its Super Bowl rings.From NJ.com:You get that first time and youre in awe, like, Oh God, this might not ever happen again, defensive captain Justin Tuck, one of the designers of this years model, said as he stacked both of his rings on the podium inside the fifth floor of this storied building. You win a second one and youre like, Hey, maybe we can do something here.Our thing now is we want to make it a dynasty.The second rings belonging to Tuck, Eli Manning, and several other members of the team came from their Super Bowl win following the 2007 season.Again, Tuck and the rest of the Giants Can say what they want to say. And a Super Bowl ring ceremony is an appropriate time and place for such bold talk.But if my team had eked into the playoffs with a 9-7 record, was the victim of two of the Redskins' five wins, and was the first Super Bowl winning team ever to be outscored during the regular season, Id be keeping my head low and let the teams play do the talking.But thats just me. The Giants walked the walk last year so they can talk the talk during the offseason.
Tuck wants a Giants dynasty
May 20, 2012, 3:06 pm