Bradie James had much to say about the Giants during the Wednesday media session in the Cowboys locker room -- and none of it complimentary. James greeted a large group of reporters, made sure all cameras and tape recorders were on, then took off on the Giants. Some of what he had to say is in a story in the sports part of the Star-Telegram web site, but here's more.
James was asked if the Giants might have the same sense of desperation that the Packers had when they beat the Cowboys in November.
James also said that the Giants celebrated a little too much in September when they defeated the Cowboys in Arlington.
"Eli [Manning] signed the inside of the locker room, the wall," James sad. "He put the score. They ruined our first game. We won’t forget that. It just makes for a more intense game. No matter what’s leading up to it, when we get on the field, it’s going to be the same thing. It’s who executes the best and who plays the hardest for 60 minutes."
-- Jan Hubbard