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Tampa Bay Buccaneers rookie Head Coach Greg Schiano is building a reputation for playing hard nosed football.   However, when Peyton Manning goes down in the victory formation, usually teams respect that the game is over.   Schiano doesn't care, he's known for busting the v-formation before, he wan't going to stop because his last name was Manning. Mike Silver of Yahoo! Sports called the act “disconcerting." Though we love hard nosed football, breaking the formation seems a little too much, but teams should be aware of the practice or somebody could get seriously hurt.   Tom Coughlin Head Coach for the World Champion New York Giants scolded Schiano earlier in the season for this practice.   Coughlin plainly told Schiano that "this is the NFL, act like you've been here before."   Well, he hasn't really since this is his first year as a Head Coach, and obviously the talk did nothing to discourage Schiano. var switchTo5x=true; stLight.options({publisher:''});
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