Buddy Ryan, who died Tuesday at age 82, was brash if nothing else. The late NFL coach used his sharp tongue to lob barbs at people he didn’t like, but on Jan. 2, 1994, he actually used his fists to send a message. Ryan, then in his first year as the Houston Oilers’ defensive coordinator, had steamed all season about the team’s Run and Shoot offense, which emphasized quick passes...
Today’s reads Examining Giants’ offensive coordinator options Giants running game needs improvement in 2014 Mailbag: Inquiries in Giants’ OC candidates and mores… PODCAST: Of course Coughlin is still in NY Gilbride puts O-Line on blast Former Giants offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride appeared on Sirius XM’s Late Hits yesterday. During the interview, he detailed all...
Former Giants OC Kevin Gilbride says the offensive line 'made it impossible for our quarterback to function'
The recently retired/fired offensive coordinator of the New York Giants placed the blame for the offensive struggles in 2013, and especially QB Eli Manning's at the feet of the offensive line. Gilbride, who was the object of owner John Mara's scorn after the season ended calling his system 'broken.' "It just made it impossible for our quarterback to function," Gilbride said,...
Kevin Gilbride retired Thursday as offensive coordinator for the New York Giants. The 62-year-old Gilbride, a veteran of 39 years in coaching, said he wants to devote more time to his family. ''It's hard to say, `It's time,''' Gilbride said. ''To finally do it, it's a very unnatural feeling. I've been telling my wife (Debbie) for years I was going to do it. She moved back to Rhode...
Via Associated Press
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