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Coach Tom Coughlin gives his thoughts in a postgame interview  after a loss to the Dallas Cowboys on Wednesday evening. Photo courtesy of Giants.com Frank Gray BGB Editor The New York Giants opened their title defense on National television by dropping passes, fumbling carries and letting the Dallas Cowboys walk all over them. They lacked intensity and toughness. The next few days were followed with speculation of the players being angry at themselves for their pathetic showing. On Friday, Coach Coughlin set the record straight. He referred to the mood of the team as "somber and remorseful", this according to ESPN. The terms "somber" and "remorseful" in this case is nearly an insult. While the players stated that they were ashamed of their performance and felt that they embarrassed themselves and their fans, they should not be carrying themselves like a sad dog with his tail between his legs. Rather, they should be focused on mak...
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