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ELIistheFRANCHISE
12-10-2011, 12:00 AM
Think about it, this is Garrett's first important/big game as a HC. I think people are under estimating the value of having a coach like TC in a game like this. Coaches make mental mistakes as well. We hear the term "chess game" tossed around. I am very pleased with having Coughlin in our corner during this big chess match. I also give dallas the advantage with their DC. BUT I have a strong feeling Rob ryan will be blitzing plenty. And Eli is NASTY against the blitz. But back to the original statement, I like TC in this chess match.

yoeddy
12-10-2011, 08:09 AM
FYI...Garrett beat Coughlin in his coaching debut last season...

GMENAGAIN
12-10-2011, 08:19 AM
FYI...Garrett beat Coughlin in his coaching debut last season...

He must be a better coach then, huh?

FYI - TC beat Belicheck in their last two meetings, so . . . . .

yoeddy
12-10-2011, 09:09 AM
FYI...Garrett beat Coughlin in his coaching debut last season...

He must be a better coach then, huh?

FYI - TC beat Belicheck in their last two meetings, so . . . . .

I disagree...I believe TC to be among the top coaches in the league. Garrett hasn't proven anything.

GameTime
12-10-2011, 09:15 AM
Think about it, this is Garrett's first important/big game as a HC. I think people are under estimating the value of having a coach like TC in a game like this. Coaches make mental mistakes as well. We hear the term "chess game" tossed around. I am very pleased with having Coughlin in our corner during this big chess match. I also give dallas the advantage with their DC. BUT I have a strong feeling Rob ryan will be blitzing plenty. And Eli is NASTY against the blitz. But back to the original statement, I like TC in this chess match.</P>


most of the "chess match" will be between the OC's and DC's of the two teams. The clock management will be theHC. </P>


Overall TC is of course the better and more experienced coach but IMO thats not whats going to win this game. </P>


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BigBlue wins
12-10-2011, 10:05 AM
Maybe Garrett will ice his own kicker again....

BParcells777
12-10-2011, 10:05 AM
Both are coaching for their jobs

The difference is the players.....its down to which team wants it more.....last year that loss to the cowboys effectively ended our season

Gianthunter
12-10-2011, 10:41 AM
Think about it, this is Garrett's first important/big game as a HC. I think people are under estimating the value of having a coach like TC in a game like this. Coaches make mental mistakes as well. We hear the term "chess game" tossed around. I am very pleased with having Coughlin in our corner during this big chess match. I also give dallas the advantage with their DC. BUT I have a strong feeling Rob ryan will be blitzing plenty. And Eli is NASTY against the blitz. But back to the original statement, I like TC in this chess match.</P>


most of the "chess match" will be between the OC's and DC's of the two teams. The clock management will be theHC. </P>


Overall TC is of course the better and more experienced coach but IMO thats not whats going to win this game. </P>


</P>Garrett is the OC.

GameTime
12-10-2011, 10:48 AM
Think about it, this is Garrett's first important/big game as a HC. I think people are under estimating the value of having a coach like TC in a game like this. Coaches make mental mistakes as well. We hear the term "chess game" tossed around. I am very pleased with having Coughlin in our corner during this big chess match. I also give dallas the advantage with their DC. BUT I have a strong feeling Rob ryan will be blitzing plenty. And Eli is NASTY against the blitz. But back to the original statement, I like TC in this chess match.</P>


most of the "chess match" will be between the OC's and DC's of the two teams. The clock management will be theHC. </P>


Overall TC is of course the better and more experienced coach but IMO thats not whats going to win this game. </P>


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Garrett is the OC.</P>


I have just been schooled.....[Y]</P>

ELIistheFRANCHISE
12-10-2011, 12:27 PM
Game didn't have no where close to the stakes thats at hand in this game. Cowboys were basically out of it. Like I said in my original post, this is Garrett's big first game.

Joe Morrison
12-10-2011, 12:45 PM
Big Game, Prime Time, Giants have performed well in Prime Time this year.</P>


Eli will not be rattled, Romo - Not so sure.</P>


Turnovers will be the key - whoever wins that battle wins the game.</P>


It's the NFC East, it will be decided in the last 2 minutes.</P>


Hope Eli has the ball last!</P>

Cowboys Fan From Asia
12-10-2011, 01:01 PM
Think about it, this is Garrett's first important/big game as a HC.

Maybe the biggest game to date, but the spotlight was most certainly on Garrett during the Sunday Night season opener against the Jets and the Monday Night one against the Redskins.


I'm sure that to a coach, when you deal with tens of thousands of fans, and dozens of reporters before and after each game, and the crowd noise is more or less the same, and the adrenaline is more or less the same, that the "bigness" or "smallness" of a game eventually doesn't feel much different after a while.

NYGFaninILL
12-10-2011, 01:16 PM
Big Game, Prime Time, Giants have performed well in Prime Time this year.</P>


Eli will not be rattled, Romo - Not so sure.</P>


Turnovers will be the key - whoever wins that battle wins the game.</P>


It's the NFC East, it will be decided in the last 2 minutes.</P>


Hope Eli has the ball last!</P>

I disagree about the prime time game. We're 1-2 this year in prime time games, and the two losses were horrendous outings by us.

The NY Giants do not do well Thursday, Sunday, or Monday night.(usually)

RoanokeFan
12-10-2011, 02:39 PM
Big Game, Prime Time, Giants have performed well in Prime Time this year.</p>


Eli will not be rattled, Romo - Not so sure.</p>


Turnovers will be the key - whoever wins that battle wins the game.</p>


It's the NFC East, it will be decided in the last 2 minutes.</p>


Hope Eli has the ball last!</p>

Eli has yet to lose a game in the "DUMP"

Sarcasman
12-10-2011, 02:47 PM
Big Game, Prime Time, Giants have performed well in Prime Time this year.</P>


Eli will not be rattled, Romo - Not so sure.</P>


Turnovers will be the key - whoever wins that battle wins the game.</P>


It's the NFC East, it will be decided in the last 2 minutes.</P>


Hope Eli has the ball last!</P>

Yeah they looked great against New Orleans. I hate when the GIants play prime time.

JMFP2
12-10-2011, 03:26 PM
Garrett strikes me as a sharp, but very stubborn, guy.</P>


If Garrett had an OC, pretty good chance he doesn't blow last week.....that's a classic case of needing a HC to watch the game, while the OC is locked in on moving the ball.</P>


So, I think Coughlin has the edge in this game not only because of his big-game experience, but also because he can let Gilbride move the offense and he can worry about the score, clock, field position, etc.</P>

miked1958
12-10-2011, 07:43 PM
FYI...Garrett beat Coughlin in his coaching debut last season...
He won't beat him Sunday night

GMENAGAIN
12-10-2011, 07:50 PM
Big Game, Prime Time, Giants have performed well in Prime Time this year.</P>


Eli will not be rattled, Romo - Not so sure.</P>


Turnovers will be the key - whoever wins that battle wins the game.</P>


It's the NFC East, it will be decided in the last 2 minutes.</P>


Hope Eli has the ball last!</P>

The Saints and Eagles games were in prime time . . . . .we have not performed well in prime time

ELIistheFRANCHISE
12-12-2011, 01:07 AM
Bump. I guess it does matter having a veteran coach..BOOM!