Actually, one could tell he was getting touchy after he started the interview by addressing the problem, a clip you'll see at the bottom. At the end of two questions, he said, "Now, any more questions about the Giants' success or the Saints game?"
A few minutes later, a reporter asked him whether he considered himself a tone-setter with his running style.
"You're just looking for some bull...," Jacobs said. "Yes, I see myself as a tone-setter. I'm just going out and running into people. I got a 6-4, 265-pound frame and I'm doing what I'm supposed to be doing, running into people and getting two-yard losses (rolls eyes)."
The reporter asked, "What's wrong with that question?" And Jacobs answered, "Are we all gonna argue or you gonna ask questions? No. I'm done." And with that, he marched off.
Even center Shaun O'Hara seemed to tire of the questions, though he offered a pretty good defense of Jacobs' performance so far.
Anyone think all this Jacobs stuff is overblown? I know of at least two guys who believe if Jacobs' yardage numbers are the worst of their problems, they're way ahead of the game.