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New York Giants: Offensive Line Struggles

The New York Giants have had a disappointing season to say the least, with their chances of playoff contention eliminated by statistical means on November 27th 2014. (What a way to enjoy Thanksgiving). Despite the fact that many people will focus on the fact that the New York Giants are currently 5-9 with two games left in the regular season, this season is different simply because...
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Report: Tom Coughlin likely to remain with Giants

The New York Giants are on pace to finish with their worst record in a decade, and many have speculated that this season will be Tom Coughlin’s last with the team. According to at least one report, Coughlin is almost certain to be back with the G-Men in 2015. Steve Serby of the New York...Read More
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Giants are very likely to keep Tom Coughlin for another year

The New York Post is reporting that Tom Coughlin will be back as the head coach of the New York Giants in 2015.  A matter of fact, they went out on a limb to say that there is a 99.9 percent chance he is back as the coach. Neither John Mara or Steve Tisch, had […] The post Giants are very likely to keep Tom Coughlin for another year appeared first on NFL Draft Diamonds.
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Report: “99.9 Percent” Chance Tom Coughlin Is Back With Giants Next Year

Steve Serby of the New York Post reports that the odds of Giants HC Tom Coughlin returning for the 2015 season have “skyrocketed dramatically.” Serby’s source mentioned that there is a “99.9 percent he’s back” for next season. A source told The Post several weeks ago Coughlin’s return at that time was “50-50,” so things have clearly changed in his favor, assuming Serby’s...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
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Tom Coughlin has 99.9 percent chance of returning to Giants: Report

After 11 seasons, it's beginning to sound like Giants fans may be seeing Tom Coughlin at MetLife Stadium for at least one more. And, despite three consecutive playoff misses, Ol' Redface might get one more chance to get things right. “99.9 percent he’s back,” a source familiar with the club’s thought process told The  N.Y. Post Sunday night. Quite remarkable,...
Via The Other Paper
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Tom Coughlin Wants One More Season With Giants

The Giants are going to really have to figure out if Tom Coughlin is the answer at head coach going forward. Allowing Coughlin to stay to long could cost GM Jerry Reese that perfect candidate to transition the franchise into the future. Ian Rapoport is reporting that Coughlin would like to coach one more season with the G-Men. Offered a #Giants update: Tom Coughlin wants to...
Via Thacover2
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Hall of Fame Coach gives vote of confidence to Tom Coughlin

Marv Levy knows what it is like to be an old coach in the NFL. The former Buffalo Bills hall of fame coach now has some advice for Tom Coughlin and the Giants staff, who have been runored they need to go younger. “Chronological age is only an approximation of your functional age,” former Bills […] The post Hall of Fame Coach gives vote of confidence to Tom Coughlin appeared...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Who Will Be the Next Head Coach of the New York Giants?

Head Coach Tom Coughlin talks with Daniel Fells #85 of the New York Giants as he warms up before a game against the Tennessee Titans at LP Field in Nashville, Tennessee. (Mandatory Credit: Wesley Hitt/Getty Images) After another disappointing season, it is possible that the New York Giants might be looking for a new head coach to lead them in 2015. As much as Tom Coughlin is to...
Via The Sports Journal
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Should major colleges be targeting New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin?

Tis the season for major college football programs to fire coaches if they aren’t happy with the way this year unfolded. And 2014 is no different than most seasons, as some big-time jobs have opened up as a result of underperformance. Right now, high-profile gigs at Florida, Michigan and Nebraska are available. Currently, those top-flight programs are courting coaching prospects...
Via cover32 - Giants
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Will this be it for Tom Coughlin?

When you look back on Tom Coughlin’s tenure as head coach of the New York Giants, there’s both success and confusion in equal parts. The former is obvious: Coughlin’s Giants have finished on top of the NFC East three times, winning the Super Bowl twice (2008 and 2012). Improbable and lucky catches were needed to secure both championships. But hey, the journey to those grabs...
Via This Given Sunday
26 days ago  |  Discuss
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