Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul said at a charity event on Thursday that he believes the Giants can improve upon last season's success, reports Brian Heyman of Newsday.
"I feel like no spot is weak," Pierre-Paul said. "I feel like with the players that we have, as long as we all work together, we'll be undefeated. Nobody can defeat you when you all are working together."
Most of the team's defense from last season remains the same besides the loss of Johnathan Hankins, and they've added offensive players like veteran receiver Brandon Marshall and rookie Evan Engram.
"I think with the people that we added, I think a lot of people are like, 'Wow, they should be a team that goes to the Super Bowl,' " Pierre-Paul said. "But it's all about the hard work . . . I think we got a team that can be a lot better than last year. We can be as good as we want to be . . .
Pierre-Paul spoke to the media after serving as an honorary bailiff at at Borough Hall in Brooklyn as law students competed for a scholarship award, according to Newsday.
In 12 games for the Giants last season, Pierre-Paul had seven sacks, 35 tackles, and three forced fumbles.