Hope is not a strategy.
Type: Posts; User: 45Jones
Hope is not a strategy.
My magic bunion tells me that Tom to the Eagles would not be like **** Vermeil to the Rams, it would be more like **** Vermeil to the Chiefs.
By all means, please share the Giants end game strategies from this year.
They'll be fully coached up in how to play 58 minutes and go 6-10.
They will lose football games with great class and dignity.
Sounds so nice I had to misspell it twice! :D
He was about 15 years younger when he took that on. At some point, you lose something on your fastball. I would submit the season opener against Dallas as exhibit A to make that case.
Great player who is very difficult to like.
Every time I see Strahan with Kelly I chuckle because Tiki harped on about how he was so much more than a football player. He already had one foot out...
I pray you are right.
The "continuity" thing cracks me up. Two straight 6-10's and four straight years out of the playoffs. By all means, lets keep that going...
Stuck with an inexperienced head coach, an aging QB and a GM that has built an historically bad defense. My stomach hurts.
Sure, Only the 4th worst of all time. Still room for more contraction.
If his "year end analysis" doesn't show the need for major changes then he should go for urinalysis.
I couldn't root for the Eagles even when it would've benefitted us Saturday night, so I'm not going to start now.
Having said that I think this Sunday will be the quintessential U-Haul game and...
Don't be hatin' on my avatar!
Only with the Giants do we predict a blowout @ 0-0. LOL
I must be too emotional from the season to decide. I don't see anybody I wouldn't miss. Expansion draft anyone?
"Tom, you really need to spend more time with the grandkids."
The minute he leaves we can all get on with loving him for what he did for us. Sorta like we do with Parcells now. Those two men left...
Yep. That was when whatever wind there was left the sails.
Just enjoy the day out at a live (I use the term loosely ;)) NFL game.
I've been at this 46 years and this one is definitely in the running.
I never brought myself to root for the Eagles last night. At least part of it was to put this painful season out of it's misery.
Will he finally grow up and separate himself from the last coach (legend has it) that Wellington hired?
Keep me away from sharp objects.
This team has missed the playoff 4 straight years.
This team ranks last in overall defense.
This team has led the league in injuries for 3 straight seasons.
If those don't point to systemic...
I think this is a little more in line with reality.