Found September 25, 2013 on Fox Sports:
The ax has come down on Josh Freeman. Unless Greg Schiano gets a quick personality transplant, his head is next to go in Tampa Bay. That could actually be best for everyone. Schiano could go back to college, where his rigid approach might find an audience. The Bucs could find a coach who realizes there's a time and place to be a hard nose. That time isn't every waking second, and that place isn't the NFL. The mere notion upsets millions of hard-working types who say, "For the money they make, pros should take crap from the coach. And if they don't like it, they can just drop and do 100 one-armed pushups." That's simply not how it works. Pros don't mind being bossed around, as long as they think the boss has a clue. If not, they can do what college players can't - tune out. Right now, Schiano opens his mouth and players hear only "BZZZZZ!" It doesn't help his credibility when he says, "Josh is our starter." That was ...

New York Giants: Five Big Names To Replace Tom Coughlin In 2014

At age 67, New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin has indicated that he has no immediate plans of retiring anytime soon, but since getting off to an 0-3 start in 2013, one cannot help but wonder if Coughlin may reconsider this decision at year's end.  Should Coughlin decide to call it quits, it is highly unlikely that either offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride or defensive...

Coughlin needs to step up during Giant collapse

This has been the worst season for Tom Coughlin since he took over as head coach for the New York Giants in January, 2004. It’s the Giants worst season start since 1996. Week 3 just added to the dismal season they have encountered, getting shut out 38-0 by the Carolina Panthers. The worst start to season in Coughlin’s tenure mixed with the worst defeat in the same period of time...

Tom Coughlin doesn’t believe the Giants have to win this week

New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul says they’re in a must-win situation as they get ready to face the undefeated Chiefs this weekend. “I can sit here and kid around, (say) it’s a must-win situation, but that’s been thrown around for a while now,” said Pierre-Paul, via the New York Daily News. “We need to win this game. And I’m pretty sure we’ll come out...

New York Giants: Tom Coughlin’s Job Could Be In Jeopardy

Tom Coughlin is certainly no stranger to being on the hot seat as the head coach of the New York Giants since taking the job back in January of 2004. In his 10th season with the team, he’s felt the hot seat in at least three different seasons; he was nearly fired after the 2006 season after an 8-8 campaign and had to tell John Mara and Steve Tisch why he should be able to stay...

Giants Need to Become a Physical Team; More from an Animated Afternoon Tea with Tom Coughlin

New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin took the podium for his weekly Wednesday press conference in a very animated mood. It shifted from annoyance and anger to playful ribbing of the reporters. However, the repeated questions about injuries obviously got under his skin as he attempted to get all the answers out of the way from the onset. There were a grand total of 10 players on...

Tom Coughlin Not Happy With Hakeem Nicks Saying He Can’t Throw The Ball to Himself

Nicks is thinking about his next contract, so besides taking the L, if his stats fall off, he is worried he might not get a monster deal. Tom Coughlin though didn’t like the comments he made after the 38-0 blow out to the Panthers and had this to say. Nicks  was targeted once and ended the game without a catch. “I can’t throw the ball to myself,” he said after the game....

Tom Coughlin on WR's comment: ‘That’s not a smart thing to say’

Hakeem Nicks, the New York Giants’ No. 1 receiver, was targeted once on Sunday and ended the game against the Carolina Panthers without a catch. “I can’t throw the ball to myself,” he said after the game. Coach Tom Coughlin was asked about the comment on Monday, and said, “I’ll 

Hakeem Nicks on relationship with Eli Manning: 'It's all good'

New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks says “it’s all good” between he and quarterback Eli Manning. Nicks, who was targeted once on Sunday and ended the game against the Carolina Panthers without a catch, 

Giants mum about changes, other than new attitude

After a 38-0 loss to the Carolina Panthers, the New York Giants are promising only one change for this weekend's game in Kansas City against the Chiefs. There is going to be an attitude adjustment. Win or lose, the Giants (0-3) aren't going to have another no-show performance against the Chiefs (3-0). An upbeat Tom Coughlin is promising a more physical team. And if practice...

5 Biggest Reasons the New York Giants Are So Terrible

The Giants have never started worse than 5-3 in nine seasons under Tom Coughlin, and they’ve been 6-2 or better in seven of those years. They...

Terrell Thomas has a knee injury

Giants cornerback Terrell Thomas was listed on the pre-practice injury report with a knee injury. Head coach Tom Coughlin says they’ll manage Thomas’ knee. Terrell Thomas (knee) has to be "managed," Coughlin said. Sounds like he'll only be able to practice once a week. #NYG — Ralph Vacchiano (@RVacchianoNYDN) September 25, 2013 Need NFL Tickets? Loading...

5 Coaches to Replace Mike Shanahan in Washington

Tom Coughlin is not the only hot name in the NFL who could be on the hot seat at the end of the season. The NFC East has basically become the NFC Least with both the Giants and Redskins still looking for their first wins of the season. The Redskins, whose offense seems to be moving forward and its defense still cannot get out of reverse, have a lot to work on as well.The issues with...
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