Maybe it’s because he has been in New York for only one full season. Maybe it’s because this town is too fixated on Eli Manning to see that he’s never going to be much more than mediocre, but I still get blank, uncomprehending stares from Giants fans when I tell them that free safety Antrel Rocelious Rolle is the best player on the New York Giants. Many Giants fans I know aren’t even sure what position he plays. I can understand their confusion, because when you watch the Giants on TV, Rolle is all over the field. Let me refresh your memory: He was usually the man on Big Blue’s defense making the tackle on a running back or receiver after he had shredded the rest of the Giants’ defense. Remember? The last guy left on the defense who could make the play? That was Rolle. On the roster, he’s listed as free safety, and if he isn’t the best at that position in the league, he is at the very least a bona fide Pro Bowler—in fact, the only Pro Bowler on the team last year.