Found January 17, 2012 on NY Post:
PLAYERS: Tom Coughlin
TEAMS: New York Giants
Um, no. That’s about the most succinct and politically correct summation of what Tom Coughlin thought of two calls in Sunday’s 37-20 playoff victory over the Packers. Coughlin took a careful look at the tape from the game and was even more certain yesterday that referee Bill Leavy...
  • Sure Bill Leavy blew the call, everyone watching the game knew the ball came out!!!! Am I shocked.... No !!! I'm still tring to figure out what the hell a tuck is !!!!!!
  • A Tuck, my friend, is a rather large man dressed in blue that haunts quarterbacks for the rest of their lives. :)

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