• Coughlin accepts blame for Giants' play calling

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Oct 2, 2012
    "All of those things, put the blame right here, it is right where it should be. “What we’ve been able to do - with success - has been to continue on the attack,” Coughlin said. Yes, Coughlin said, in hindsight it wasn’t the right decision, but “that’s the way we usually play.” One of the things that lingers with Coughlin is how he opted to line up for the 54-yarder, which would have been Tynes' career high, on third-and-19 with 15 seconds remaining instead of trying to throw a quick sideline pass to get closer. Maybe he should have run the ball to try to set up the potential game-winning field goal against the Eagles rather than let Eli Manning throw his ill-fated deep pass.
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Coughlin takes responsibility for loss to Eagles

      GIANTS COACH Tom Coughlin sounded a bit like Andy Reid following a loss. The two-time Super Bowl-winning coach said he made several poor decisions leading up to Lawrence Tynes missing a game-winning, 54-yard field goal in the Giants' 19-17 loss to the E…
      Source: philly.com
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      The Daily News Live panel discusses the Giants’ 19-17 loss on the road to the Philadelphia Eagles. Sorry, this video could not be loaded…
    • Coughlin defends Giants deep thoughts

      In hindsight, even Tom Coughlin admitted he was probably wrong. Maybe he should have run the ball to try to set up the potential game-winning field goal against the Eagles rather than let Eli Manning throw deep.

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