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    GIANTS' YOUNGSTERS SHARE THEIR PRAISE OF HEAD COACH TOM COUGHLIN

    "New York
    Giants
    head coach Tom
    Coughlin
    has gone from an intolerable disciplinarian who no one wanted to
    play for to a two-time Super Bowl champion beloved by all those around him. As a
    result of the personal transformation and success on the field, Big Blue
    recently rewarded him with a contract extension through 2014 and his
    players couldn't be happier.







    [Coach Coughlin] has taught me how to be a pro, how to be valuable to the
    team. He demonstrates great character, which rubs off on the players," wide
    receiver Hakeem
    Nicks
    said. I definitely [consider him a top coach in the NFL]. A good
    team needs to have a head coach who knows what hes doing.




    It's not just the veterans that are heaping praise on their coach, it's some
    of the rookies as well. And with only a small sample size thus far, it's very
    telling about the leader and man Coach Coughlin has become.





    He treats you like man. He expects you to respond like a man and carry
    yourself in the proper manner. Everything is team-oriented and its focused on
    the main goal of winning and not being selfish. Its always about the team,"
    safety Jojo
    Nicolas
    said.




    The coaching style and interaction isn't the only thing that separates
    Coughlin from the rest; it's the love he has for his job. At 66-years-old, he's
    the oldest coach in the league, but you'd never know it when he's out on the
    field doing his thing. That sort of passion for the games rubs off on his
    players as well.





    Hes 66, but he seems like hes 26 to me, walking around out there excited
    and stuff," safety Janzen
    Jackson
    .




    The season is still months away, but already the team is having fun and
    enjoying themselves. They're looking ahead and are anxious to repeat as Super
    Bowl champions, and that sort of desire and determination spreads from the top
    down."

    Never argue with an idiot. They will only bring you down to their level and beat you with experience. MB Rule # 1

  • #2
    Re: GIANTS' YOUNGSTERS SHARE THEIR PRAISE OF HEAD COACH TOM COUGHLIN

    thanks
    Football has been very, very good to us.
    After losing seasons 2013-15, the giants put up 11 wins in 16.. they are on way Back
    But for now we can console ourselves with this fact-

    # of Super Bowl victories since 1985:

    1-Chicago, St. Louis, Tampa Bay, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Seattle
    2-Washington, Green Bay, Pittsburgh, Baltimore
    3-San Francisco, Dallas, Denver
    4-New York Giants!!!
    5-NE
    Let's make it 5 in 2016 so we can be on a LINE NE again!!!

    ***Stat provided by "Schloss22"***

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    • #3
      Re: GIANTS' YOUNGSTERS SHARE THEIR PRAISE OF HEAD COACH TOM COUGHLIN

      [quote user="RoanokeFan"]GIANTS' YOUNGSTERS SHARE THEIR PRAISE OF HEAD COACH TOM COUGHLIN

      "New York
      Giants
      head coach Tom
      Coughlin
      has gone from an intolerable disciplinarian who no one wanted to
      play for to a two-time Super Bowl champion beloved by all those around him. As a
      result of the personal transformation and success on the field, Big Blue
      recently rewarded him with a contract extension through 2014 and his
      players couldn't be happier.







      [Coach Coughlin] has taught me how to be a pro, how to be valuable to the
      team. He demonstrates great character, which rubs off on the players," wide
      receiver Hakeem
      Nicks
      said. I definitely [consider him a top coach in the NFL]. A good
      team needs to have a head coach who knows what hes doing.




      It's not just the veterans that are heaping praise on their coach, it's some
      of the rookies as well. And with only a small sample size thus far, it's very
      telling about the leader and man Coach Coughlin has become.





      He treats you like man. He expects you to respond like a man and carry
      yourself in the proper manner. Everything is team-oriented and its focused on
      the main goal of winning and not being selfish. Its always about the team,"
      safety Jojo
      Nicolas
      said.




      The coaching style and interaction isn't the only thing that separates
      Coughlin from the rest; it's the love he has for his job. At 66-years-old, he's
      the oldest coach in the league, but you'd never know it when he's out on the
      field doing his thing. That sort of passion for the games rubs off on his
      players as well.





      Hes 66, but he seems like hes 26 to me, walking around out there excited
      and stuff," safety Janzen
      Jackson
      .




      The season is still months away, but already the team is having fun and
      enjoying themselves. They're looking ahead and are anxious to repeat as Super
      Bowl champions, and that sort of desire and determination spreads from the top
      down."

      [/quote]

      It's amazing that Nicholas & Jackson can get that impression from Coughlin when they've only gone through rookie camp and a few OTA's.

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      • #4
        Re: GIANTS' YOUNGSTERS SHARE THEIR PRAISE OF HEAD COACH TOM COUGHLIN

        love this dude for those reasons...haters gon hate but he gets it done, I love it now that team is more and more behind him.

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        • #5
          Re: GIANTS' YOUNGSTERS SHARE THEIR PRAISE OF HEAD COACH TOM COUGHLIN

          [quote user="DEgiants89"]love this dude for those reasons...haters gon hate but he gets it done, I love it now that team is more and more behind him.
          [/quote]

          I'm so glad Coughlin is getting the respect he deserves. To think the media and some fans wanted this guy out last season just seems crazy now.

          It's funny how the guys that gave Coughlin the most grief - Plaxico, Tiki, Shockey - have all washed out.

          I'll say this.....thank God for Eli Manning......if Eli had the same "me first" gene that Shockey, Tiki, or Plax have, Coughlin would have been fired by now.

          As good as Eli is on the field, he's just as good in the locker room.

          Same goes for guys like Justin Tuck.

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