Big Blue & Tom Coughlin
International Business Machines Corporation or IBM is an American multinational technology and consulting corporation headquartered in Armonk, New York, United States. Thomas Richard Coughlin (born August 31, 1946) is an American football coach who is currently head coach for the New York Giants of the National Football League (NFL). /5
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New York Giants QB Eli Manning defended his head coach on Monday, saying Tom Coughlin is not the reason for Big Blue's failures this season and that their struggles rest on the shoulders of the players.
New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin says changes to the offensive coaching staff and a major roster shuffle will lead to a significant adjustment period and a culture of change in Big Blue's locker-room.
Giants coach Tom Coughlin says he's energized by Big Blue's offseason overhaul:
Giants fans disagree on many things. Hakeem Nicks or Victor Cruz? Bill Parcells or Tom Coughlin? Chase Blackburn, impact player or overrated? One opinion, that most Big Blue ...
Some good news from the Big Blue frontlines, apparently Kenny Phillips & Jason Pierre Paul will be playing in tonight's game as per Tom Coughlin. Its looking real good for Big Blue!
For nearly the entirety of Tom Coughlin's time as head coach of the New York Giants, the second-half collapse has been a yearly tradition. Twice the Giants made up for it by getting their collective act together by late December and going on a Super Bowl run. But they also missed the playoffs in both 2009 and 2010. So Giants fans could be excused if their "midseason slump" senses started tingling when Eli Manning managed only 192 yards against the Dallas Cowboys, even though the Giants escaped with a 29-24 win thanks to five Lawrence Tynes field goals. The next week, the Giants lost 24-20 to Pittsburgh at the Meadowlands, which officially kicked off Big Blue's case of ultra-repetitive deja vu. That feeling only got stronger the following week, when the Giants got pummeled 31-13 by a very mediocre Cincinnati Bengals team. When the Giants return to the field Sunday against the Packers, will their usual second-half slump continue?
Big Blue wipes floor with 49ers in San Francisco! :) Safety picks Smith twice as Giants dominate NFC bully 49ers in blowout! :) By PAUL SCHWARTZ Last Updated: 8:08 PM, October 14, 2012 Posted: 7:58 PM, October 14, 2012 Giants Blog San Francisco – Well, Tom Coughlin got as much mileage as he possibly could have hoped with his “Nobody expects to win’’ decree heading into yesterday’s game against the 49ers. After what his Giants did in beating up and beating on the bad boys of the conference, Coughlin won’t be able to use that rallying cry any time soon. The Giants said they would know much more about themselves after their trip out west and the lesson they administered was loud and clear. The defending Super Bowl champs are back in business after they stood toe-to-toe with a team that won its last two games by a combined 79-3 and delivered the knockout blows in a thorough 26-3 thrashing of the Niners at Candlestick Park. AP San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith (11) is sacked by New York Gi ...
Now THAT'S How you close a game out! With your opposing so-called quarterback on their *** Dayum I KNOW yall love muh Big Blue now! Sheit. Factoid: Tom Coughlin is the second winningest coach in NFL history. Gahead and fact check... disappoint yaself.
I'm amazed at the depth of Big Blue. Tom Coughlin is amazing. Perry Fewell is a defensive genius. You are watching what will be a TRUE DYNASTY!!!
Tom Coughlin, New York Giants Holding Out Hope On Terrell ...: Big Blue fans still don't have anything definitiv...
GREAT MOVE !AST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Tom Coughlin expressed disappointment and frustration about losing Tight End Jake Ballard to the New England Patriots. The New York Giants took a calculated risk of waiving the injured Ballard to make room on the roster to sign defensive tackle Rocky Bernard, and it backfired when the Patriots surprisingly snatched up the Tight End off the waiver wire on Tuesday. "Discouraged is a minor description," Coughlin said Wednesday when asked how discouraging the news was when he learned of it during minicamp practice Tuesday afternoon. "Very disappointing. I am not going to have a lot to say about that one, just the fact that we are disappointed. We are very disappointed." Giants blog Looking for more information on Big Blue? ESPNNewYork.com has you covered. Blog
i know but Jerry Reese and Tom Coughlin know what they're doin..Big Blue is just FINE!!! The Eagles do scare me tho...
Somebody said "Big Blue" just won the national title.guess this gives Tom Coughlin even more job security.
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