The confetti from today's ticker-tape parade down the "Canyon of Heroes" in New York City hasn't even been cleaned up yet. But the New York Giants are already thinking about repeating as Super Bowl champs next season. According to the odds coming out of Vegas (yep, they're already out!), the G-Men are not expected to repeat. The Patriots have received the best odds out of the bunch, while the Packers and Eagles both sit ahead of New York. But that doesn't mean guys on the Giants aren't already talking about making history. A few thoughts from some current players:

Linebacker Mathias Kiwanuka: "If we won it this year, there's no doubt in my mind that we can [win it next year]. We've just got to get in the playoffs. That's it."

Wide receiver Hakeem Nicks: "I feel like the sky's the limit for this organization and our team. I feel like we can be at this level for a long time."

Defensive tackle Linval Joseph: "We won the [Super Bowl], but I still don't feel like we played our best game yet this whole season. I feel like next year is going to be a good year. Just everybody stays focused and everybody stays hungry, and I think we should have a good season next year, too."

Ah, just like professional athletes, right? Never enjoying the moment. Why don't you guys go have some fun at the parade and save for your predictions for—oh, I don't know—July? They'll be plenty of time for predictions then.

[via New York Post]

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