The Giants have always operated under the philosophy that every quarterback can be rattled, that if they apply enough pressure they can force a quarterback to think about the hits he's taking rather than the reads he should be making.
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This week they may be meeting the exception, a quarterback so rare that he requires his own lexicon.
"I don't think he's rattleable, if that's a word," Justin Tuck said Wednesday of Aaron Rodgers.
"I think we can probably speed him up a little, maybe slow him down a bit," Tuck said. "Rattled? He's played in a lot of big-time games and played well in a lot of big-time games. He's gotten hit a lot in certain games and come out and [he'll] take your heart at the end of the game. But rattle him? I don't think so. I hope I'm wrong. I hope we can. But he hasn't shown anything on film where you'd think he's been rattled."