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  • 2012, the worst year in Coughlin era? What you think?...

    Seriously:

    2004: 6-10 record. 1st. year as head coach, everything new.
    2005: 11-5 record. Not strong team but won the division.
    2006: 8-8 record: Not good record but some guys were stepping up (Tuck, Barber, Umenyiora, Burress, Wilson)
    2007: 10-6 record. You know what happened. Sack machine, heart team.
    2008: 12-4 record. Great regular season, strong team defense and ofense, big collapse.
    2009: 8-8 record. Eli's stats started growing.
    2010: 10-6 record. Another collapse at the end, good record, Eli is growing.
    2011: 9-7 record. You know what happened. Elite one of the best, JPP a beast.
    2012: 8-8 or 9-7. Eli going backwards. Poor rushing. Poor QB pressure. Mediocre WR. Awful defense. Shameful losses. No heart. No chemistry.
    I can only mention Stevie Brown, Henry Hinosky, Steve Weatherford, stop counting.

  • #2
    2009 was the worst as far as feeling down about my team. felt like a 4-12 season.

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    • #3
      Man, it was 2009 and it isn't even close. Such a pitiful year.
      My body was sculpted to the proportions of Michelangelo's David.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Jorge Boada View Post
        I can only mention Stevie Brown, Henry Hinosky, Steve Weatherford, stop counting.
        Cruz, Wilson, Hixon, Brown, Tynes, Amukamara? Also, it's Hynoski.

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        • #5
          I'd say 2010, being 10-6 and missing the playoffs

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          • #6
            2009....Bill Sheridan....say no more

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            • #7
              2009 for sure

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              • #8
                Originally posted by egyptian420 View Post
                2009....Bill Sheridan....say no more
                Good point...

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                • #9
                  '09 without a doubt. That last game at Giants Stadium, with all the Giant greats in attendance, was disgusting. No doubt that they quit.
                  Last edited by P_Simms_#11; 12-25-2012, 08:40 PM.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by P_Simms_#11 View Post
                    '09 without a doubt. That last game at Giants Stadium, with all the Giant greats in attendance, was disgusting. No doubt that they quit.
                    This is honestly the same feeling I have about this team....it's the lowest

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                    • #11
                      It really depends.
                      There were parts during this season where we set record lows offensively (During the TC Era). That says a lot.
                      Mood: WOOF!

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Jorge Boada View Post
                        Seriously:

                        2004: 6-10 record. 1st. year as head coach, everything new.
                        2005: 11-5 record. Not strong team but won the division.
                        2006: 8-8 record: Not good record but some guys were stepping up (Tuck, Barber, Umenyiora, Burress, Wilson)
                        2007: 10-6 record. You know what happened. Sack machine, heart team.
                        2008: 12-4 record. Great regular season, strong team defense and ofense, big collapse.
                        2009: 8-8 record. Eli's stats started growing.
                        2010: 10-6 record. Another collapse at the end, good record, Eli is growing.
                        2011: 9-7 record. You know what happened. Elite one of the best, JPP a beast.
                        2012: 8-8 or 9-7. Eli going backwards. Poor rushing. Poor QB pressure. Mediocre WR. Awful defense. Shameful losses. No heart. No chemistry.
                        I can only mention Stevie Brown, Henry Hinosky, Steve Weatherford, stop counting.
                        MOst SB teams domt even get back to the playoffs the following season. So no surprise here.....and expected.
                        "Measure Twice......Cut Once"
                        You couldn't be more full of **** if you were break dancing in a Port-a-Potty.......Kruunch

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                        • #13
                          It's either 09 or 06. I'm going with 06 because of the Eli pains.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by GameTime View Post
                            MOst SB teams domt even get back to the playoffs the following season. So no surprise here.....and expected.
                            That's a BS stat. It was usually in regards to SB loser.

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                            • #15
                              2009 and 2012 are pretty much tied for the worst.

                              2009 with the horrific finish and 2012 as defending champs, looking poised to make another deep playoff run. Sucks man.

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