Running Out Of Patience

This is getting embarrassing. Losing to the Colts on the road is one thing. But losing at home to the Titans is a completely different story. This should’ve been an easy victory. Instead, the Titans destroyed the GMen. I can go on forever talking about the shitty mistakes on both sides of the ball – Eli’s poor decisions, Bradshaw’s fumbles, the entire O-Line, and 11 penalties (5 personal fouls).

Five personal fouls – are you kidding me?? This tells me how undisciplined our team is. I blame this entirely on the coaches. What happened to Coughlin being a tyrant? One of the reasons the Giants hired him was to keep all the players in line. Now this team is playing and acting like they haven’t practiced all week. They’ve been completely unprepared the past two weeks. The defensive seems to be responding to Fewell better than they did Sheridan, but the results have remained the same. At least Coughlin knows that if the Giants miss the postseason this year, he will be fired. I know my job isn’t on the line. So if he wants to continue to bring out unprepared teams week in and week out, be my guest. Just pack your bags and get out of New York for good once the season is over.

Even though the Giants have been horrific the past two weeks, they are still right in the mix in the NFC east. The Cowboys, Redskins, and Giants all are sitting at 1-2 with Philly leading the division at 2-1. I feel like a broken record saying this, but the Giants can still turn this around. I’m going to go ahead and say next Sunday’s game against the Bears is a must-win. If the Giants go 1-3, they won’t recover. So they better get it right this week. If not, I hope the GMen are prepared to get run out of town completely.  All of them.

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2 Responses to “Running Out Of Patience”

  1. Trenton Langston Says:

    Your G-Men have go to turn it around I have to say if it doesnt come soon it may be too late. The Giants have shown some promise form time to time but ultimately been dissapointing. The clock is ticking because the i think that the Eagles could get hot and stay hot

  2. […] I have to admit, I didn’t see this coming. After the Titans game in late September, I thought Coughlin’s job was on the line and the Giants were going to have a season to forget. Wow was I wrong! Since that abysmal loss, the […]

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