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http://www.giants.com/news-and-blogs/article-1/Coughlin-takes-hit-enjoys-victory/408722ef-4080-4379-b446-7f313b454cf0Tom Coughlin was hit at the knees on the sideline late in Saturday’s game by his running back D.J. Ware, who was pushed after the whistle and out of bounds by Jets linebacker Aaron Maybin. Coughlin was briefly attended to on the sideline and got back up to coach the closing minutes of the 29-14 victory, standing on his own power.By Dan Salomone - Giants.com 12/24/11
BEST OF MAXIM
Coach Tom Coughlin hurt his left leg when running back D.J. Ware crashed into him on the sideline in the fourth quarter of the New York Giants' 29-14 win over the Jets on Saturday.
Trainers made Coughlin sit on the bench for a couple of plays while they looked at his leg, but he didn't stay there long and returned to the sideline.
Afterward, Coughlin quipped, ''...
http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/giants/ny-giants-coach-tom-coughlin-shakes-pain-disclose-extent-knee-injury-collision-running-back-ware-article-1.997133?localLinksEnabled=falseKevin Hagen/Kevin Hagen for the New York DailynewsTom Coughlin gets bowled over and injures knee on sideline collision.By Ralph Vacchiano - NY Dailynews 12/27/11
Over the weekend, the New York Giants kept their playoff alive as they took out the crosstown rival Jets.
Nearing the end of the game, Giants RB DJ Ware took a carry out of bounds and collided with head coach Tom Coughlin:
Walking into his news conference to kick off an NFC East showdown week with the Dallas Cowboys, Tom Coughlin couldn't hide the injury. There was a noticeable limp in his left leg, one seemingly that will bother the 65-year-old New York Giants coach for weeks and might require medical intervention down the road.
After a week of trash talk from Jets Coach Rex Ryan, Tom Coughlin refused all opportunities to rub it in.
Look at Tom Coughlin now, Sean Payton and Joe Paterno. Knee shots by NFL players do not harm him more than just a wobble. Payton and Paterno had to use crutches for months and months. Unfortunately, for 90% of NFL fans, Tom Coughlin escaped unscathed after the errant run by New York Giants Danny Ware.
No one would ever confuse Tom Coughlin for Rex Ryan.
They run their teams differently, dress differently, express themselves differently and have few similarities beyond the fact that they each write down "football coach" on their tax returns. Despite all of those differences, both Coughlin and Ryan head into Saturday's game with a lot more than just a win or a loss...
Tom Coughlin appeared to be in better shape than at least three of his players yesterday.While the Giants coach gamely and good-naturedly shrugged off questions about his leg after a sideline spill last Saturday, Coughlin’s team could be without defensive end Osi Umenyiora, tight end Jake Ballard and...
Plus, a rundown of the injured players
http://www.nypost.com/p/sports/giants/men_focus_turns_to_boys_zYSuowye8ZO7TrCXDfzAhOGETTY IMAGESTOM FOR A TITLE: Tom Coughlin has his eyes on the NFC East title Sunday against Dallas.By Paul Schwartz - NY Post 12/26/11
Walking into his news conference to kick off an NFC East showdown week with the Dallas Cowboys, Tom Coughlin couldn't hide the injury.
TJB Podcast – Anita Marks 12/23
Anita Marks, is a reporter for the New York Giants as well as Bloomberg Sports and was kind enough to take some time today to talk about the Jets Giants game, and discuss some of the misconceptions about the Giants and Tom Coughlin in particular. Anita has a unique perspective since she spent time in Baltimore and knew Rex Ryan from his days there...
by Jon Wagner
The dichotomy between the New York City area’s professional football teams is vast.
New York Jets’ head coach Rex Ryan is a brash and unabashed players’ type of coach with an unrelenting mouth that guarantees Super Bowl victories which his team has yet to deliver. New York Giants’ head coach Tom Coughlin is a stoic, all-business, disciplinarian with a Super...
The Giants’ 29-14 victory over the Jets today was their fifth in-a-row in this series which, for now, has been moved back to the back burner. Jets head coach Rex Ryan had to swallow his words, which have become more hollow as time passes. His Jets are in the backseat again as the Giants reestablished themselves as Kings of New York.
“We were fighting for our playoff lives. So...