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9 years ago  ::  Jan 02, 2011 - 6:40PM #81
JonahFalcon
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Moss STRIPPED by Goff for the fumble!

9 years ago  ::  Jan 02, 2011 - 6:42PM #82
JonahFalcon
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Chicago forces the 3 and out.

9 years ago  ::  Jan 02, 2011 - 6:45PM #83
JonahFalcon
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Another big return. 2nd time Dodge has to tackle the returner.

9 years ago  ::  Jan 02, 2011 - 6:54PM #84
JonahFalcon
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And just like that, the Redskins are down by 3.

9 years ago  ::  Jan 02, 2011 - 7:20PM #85
JonahFalcon
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Well, the Giants managed to beat Grossman and the Redskins. Season over.

9 years ago  ::  Jan 02, 2011 - 7:30PM #86
qwik3457
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Hey, the Giants won!


Means Coughlin gets a 30-year extentension, right?


======================================


Lookit, of course I'm down that the Bears couldn't beat the Packers. But then, I didn't expect them to.


Giants had two chances, blew the lead vs. the Eagles, got their doors blown off by the Packers.


That's all for this season.


It's a little unusual, but the Giants mostly beat the teams they were better than, and lost to the teams they're not as good as. Only exceptions were the Bears early in the year, the Cowboys at mid-season, and, arguably, the Titans in game 3.


They are what their record says they are, 10-6 against a weak schedule; 2nd weakest in the conference, 3rd weakest in the league.


 

Knowledge is Good -- Emil Faber
9 years ago  ::  Jan 02, 2011 - 7:31PM #87
luvdayanks
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Jan 2, 2011 -- 7:20PM, JonahFalcon wrote:


Well, the Giants managed to beat Grossman and the Redskins. Season over.





Yup, season over, now you can concentrate on b!tching only about the Yankees.

9 years ago  ::  Jan 02, 2011 - 7:36PM #88
JonahFalcon
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Three straight collapses by Tom Coughlin.


9 years ago  ::  Jan 02, 2011 - 7:40PM #89
yank0428
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Jan 2, 2011 -- 7:30PM, qwik3457 wrote:


Hey, the Giants won!


Means Coughlin gets a 30-year extentension, right?


======================================


Lookit, of course I'm down that the Bears couldn't beat the Packers. But then, I didn't expect them to.


Giants had two chances, blew the lead vs. the Eagles, got their doors blown off by the Packers.


That's all for this season.


It's a little unusual, but the Giants mostly beat the teams they were better than, and lost to the teams they're not as good as. Only exceptions were the Bears early in the year, the Cowboys at mid-season, and, arguably, the Titans in game 3.


They are what their record says they are, 10-6 against a weak schedule; 2nd weakest in the conference, 3rd weakest in the league.


 



Would you bring Coughlin back? I wouldn't because 2 years in a row they fell apart at the end of the season. This year they had to beat the Eagles or the Packers to get in and couldn't get it done. You have some good coaches available and Coughlin is going to be 65 years old. He has been a good coach but I think it's time for a new voice. It happens to the best of them. Time to move on. Knowing the ownership I doubt they fire him since they won 10 games.

9 years ago  ::  Jan 02, 2011 - 8:40PM #90
qwik3457
Posts: 11,976

Jan 2, 2011 -- 7:40PM, yank0428 wrote:


Jan 2, 2011 -- 7:30PM, qwik3457 wrote:


Hey, the Giants won!


Means Coughlin gets a 30-year extentension, right?


======================================


Lookit, of course I'm down that the Bears couldn't beat the Packers. But then, I didn't expect them to.


Giants had two chances, blew the lead vs. the Eagles, got their doors blown off by the Packers.


That's all for this season.


It's a little unusual, but the Giants mostly beat the teams they were better than, and lost to the teams they're not as good as. Only exceptions were the Bears early in the year, the Cowboys at mid-season, and, arguably, the Titans in game 3.


They are what their record says they are, 10-6 against a weak schedule; 2nd weakest in the conference, 3rd weakest in the league.


 



Would you bring Coughlin back? I wouldn't because 2 years in a row they fell apart at the end of the season. This year they had to beat the Eagles or the Packers to get in and couldn't get it done. You have some good coaches available and Coughlin is going to be 65 years old. He has been a good coach but I think it's time for a new voice. It happens to the best of them. Time to move on. Knowing the ownership I doubt they fire him since they won 10 games.




You may be right.


If they bring him back, that's probably a mistake at this point.

Knowledge is Good -- Emil Faber
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