Tom Coughlin understands the importance of late season football, and after his New York Giants dropped a pair of games, the bye came at a much needed time.
Eli Manning had a dead arm, but is feeling better. Justin Tuck is telling his teammates it’s time to focus after admitting the Giants kind of took their eyes off the prize.
Coughlin is the commander, the general, and even he doesn’t really know why the Giants love to get themselves into hot water. In 2012, the Giants are in the drivers seat; this time around it’s theirs to give away.
Coughlin spoke to Mike Francesa on WFAN in New York about what’s the cause of the Giants November blues, and how he feels is the best way to get out of their funk.
“I wish I had something novel to relay to you, but I don’t. Our byes have fallen at different times, and we’ve fought our way through that and still as you say, been, in the middle of the season, perhaps 6-2, whatever, but have got into a little bit of a tailspin for a while and h...