He turned over a new leaf, and it helped him reconcile with Strahan, and in turn guided the team to the Super Bowl.
But Strahan is retired now, AP too, and this team doesn't have the players with the leadership qualities needed to police their own attitudes.
Rolle might be the exception, but I doubt his teammates take him seriously, and his play doesn't back up his message.
I think Coughlin has just been too easy on these guys since they won the SB, and this also goes for his coordinators.
Does anyone think for a minute that Parcells would have put up with what he saw on the field, and from his coordinators, v. the Redkins?