Found November 22, 2011 on Pro Football Talk:
PLAYERS: Tom Coughlin
TEAMS: New York Giants
The Giants have exceeded expectations this year, but that’s not enough to keep Tom Coughlin off the hot seat in New York. Bob Glauber of Newsday writes Tuesday about Coughlin’s future with the team. After two straight losses and games against the Saints and Packers up next, we suppose this was inevitable. “[Coughlin] knows as…

Tom Coughlin Calls Giants Effort Pathetic During Press Conference

"It's about as pathetic as you can get". The words of coach Tom Coughlin who rips the NY Giants during his post game press conference after a 17-10 loss against the Philadelphia Eagles week 11. He looked angry, frustrated and confused while answering questions from the media. He called out his players and questioned their discipline and effort for such an important...

Coughlin rips 'O' line again

Tom Coughlin ripped his offense -- in particular his offensive line -- when he spoke after Sunday night's loss, noting that they were "completely outplayed" and calling the 29 rushing yards they produced "about as pathetic as it can get." With his temper somewhat cooled off Monday, Coughlin stood by those remarks.

Tom Coughlin is on the hot seat and needs the New York Giants to cool it

Tom Coughlin is on the hot seat and needs the New York Giants to cool itN.Y. POST: CHARLES WENZELBERGTom CoughlinBy Steve Serby - NY Post 11/22/11

Politi: Tom Coughlin takes Giants’ mind-set to task as season teeters on edge

Loss comes before games against Saints and Packers

Coughlin, Jacobs agree that Giants run game needs to improve

Tom Coughlin is usually cranky, but the Giants' coach was downright angry after the latest poor showing by New York's running game Sunday against the Eagles.

As expected, Coughlin was very unhappy with Giants’ effort after loss to Eagles

Two weeks ago, everybody was praising the New York Giants and their ability to get things done with major injuries to their secondary, a group of young linebackers, a revived front four, and the improved efforts of Eli Manning. Then came two straight close losses — one to the San Francisco 49ers in Week 10 and another to the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday night — and now, things...

The Eagles Do It to the Giants Again

Whenever Tom Coughlin does end his run as coach of the New York Giants, there's a decent chance that he'll write a book. When he does write that book, one of the most interesting chapters is going to be the one that discusses why his Giants teams have such an alarming propensity to play flat, uninspired football in games that they absolutely have to win. One of the games...

Giants angry after failing to respond to Eagles

The feeling of euphoria and invincibility the New York Giants had after beating the New England Patriots two weeks ago is gone. Long gone. It's been replaced by disappointment, anger and frustration in the wake of consecutive losses to the San Francisco 49ers and Philadelphia Eagles that has wiped out their two-game lead in the NFC East. The slump has left many wondering whether...

Throwing Darts: Old New York was once New Amsterdam

You know the drill here. We pick five games against the number (go to Yahoo! Pro Football Pick'em) and them we watch them run around for three hours. Good work if you can get it. Giants +7 at Saints: New York is hard to trust as a favorite, but you love Tom Coughlin's club as an underdog. The Giants were horrendous in the loss at Philly, sure, but the line has overcompensated...

Ten Reasons for Giant Fans to Be Thankful

by Jon Wagner After seeing the Giants (similar to past years under Tom Coughlin) finish the first half of the 2011 season at 6-2, with a two-game lead, before subsequently starting the second half with a pair of losses and falling into a first-place tie in the NFC East with Dallas, it’s understandable why Big Blue fans would focus on the negative right now. However, since Thanksgiving...
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