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    Tom may survive this



    #-1 SUPER BOWL 42.




    #-2 INJURIES. (ALWAYS A SAFETY NET)




    #-3 THE BIGGEST REASON: HE WAS WELLINGTON'S HAND-PICKED GUY, AND JOHN WON'T WANT TO PULL THAT TRIGGER UNLESS IT IS ABSOLUTELY, POSITIVELY NECESSARY.




    #1 REASON HE MAY NOT SURVIVE? WE LOSE OUT AND/OR THEY REALIZE THEY NEED A COACH WHO CAN GO THE FINAL 7-8 YEARS WITH ELI, AND EVEN IF WE WERE 14-0 TODAY, TOM - AT HIS AGE - CAN'T GO 7-8 MORE YEARS. YOU DON'T WANT TO CHANGE COACHES IN ANOTHER 2-4 YEARS, CAUSE IT COULD KILL THE BACK END OF ELI'S CAREER. NEXT HIRE NEEDS TO BE GOOD ONEAND A LONG TERM SOLUTION...


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    Re: Tom may survive this



    Three straight seasons of missing the playoffs should get any NFL coach fired.




    edit: My mistake, it feels much longer


    Giants fan since the early 80s

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    Re: Tom may survive this

    I think they'll sit him down and "ask" him to retire. Try and keep it classy as possible. He has some excuses, but this is New York and if they miss the playoffs it's unacceptable.

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    [quote user="ny06"]

    Four straight seasons of missing the playoffs should get any NFL coach fired.

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    It would be 3 straight seasons. Our 4th won't be until next year.

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    If we don't win AT LEAST one playoff game, TC is done.

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    Re: Tom may survive this

    [quote user="Overdrive92"][quote user="ny06"]

    Four straight seasons of missing the playoffs should get any NFL coach fired.

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    It would be 3 straight seasons. Our 4th won't be until next year.[/quote]
    Beat be to it but it sure feels that long.
    " Success is never final, but failure can be " B.P.

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    Re: Tom may survive this

    certainly fewell must go!

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    God I hope not

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    [quote user="FBomb"]

    If we don't win AT LEAST one playoff game, TC is done.

    [/quote]To win a playoff game, you must be in the playoffs. Right now it does not look we will make it.

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    Re: Tom may survive this

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    #-1 SUPER BOWL 42.




    #-2 INJURIES.* (ALWAYS A SAFETY NET)




    #-3 THE BIGGEST REASON:* HE WAS WELLINGTON'S HAND-PICKED GUY, AND JOHN WON'T WANT TO PULL THAT TRIGGER UNLESS IT IS ABSOLUTELY, POSITIVELY NECESSARY.*




    #1 REASON HE MAY NOT SURVIVE?* WE LOSE OUT AND/OR THEY REALIZE THEY NEED A COACH WHO CAN GO THE FINAL 7-8 YEARS WITH ELI, AND EVEN IF WE WERE 14-0 TODAY, TOM - AT HIS AGE - CAN'T GO 7-8 MORE YEARS.* YOU DON'T WANT TO CHANGE COACHES IN ANOTHER 2-4 YEARS, CAUSE IT COULD KILL THE BACK END OF ELI'S CAREER.* NEXT HIRE NEEDS TO BE GOOD ONE*AND A LONG TERM SOLUTION...*

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    It's absolutely positively necessary
    Football has been very, very good to us.
    Even though 2013 was a losing season, 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, Denver, Pittsburgh, Baltimore
    3-San Francisco, Dallas, New England
    4-New York Giants!!!!!

    Let's make it 5 in 2014 !!!

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

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