[quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="ny06"]
[quote user="MattMeyerBud"]it comes down to this dez: if 2007 never happened u would be calling for his head
The biggest thing about that playoff run was Eli playing good football, the running game being dominate, and the defensive mastermind of Spags shutting down the top 3 offenses in the league that year in crunch time.
Hes been embarressed in the playoffs twice and lost a close one....
The team can't beat anybody good for his whole tenure, he averages beating teams with winning records 1 out of every 3 tries.
You blame game planning and and concepts on the DCs, but Gilbrides his guy, he had a saw in Fewell, and he is suppose to oversee all of that.
Bottom line is that the HC oversees the whole thing and the whole thing has been underproducing. There needs to be a change
If 2007 never happened Tom Coughlin would have been fired, so that conversation is moot. </p>
Tom Coughlin deserves much of the blame, but it's time that the players accept alot of blame as well. </p>
I am tired of seeing players half *** it out there, not knowing there assignments, just giving up on more then one occasion. </p>
I have said this for years now, this team is weak minded, you hit them in the mouth, and they break down. There is no fight in them. Everyone is out for themselves. </p>
A coaching change needs to be made, and some of the dead weight on this roster needs to go. </p>[/quote]
thats the part of the argument i hate: when are the players going to get some of the blame?
Like, i don't get it - EVERY WEEK we are critiquing their play and **** they do. When have we NOT blamed the players?
Naturally players will be gone next year and naturally with a coaching change, other players will be gone as well
[/quote]We have gone thru the same end of season stuff for 2+ season's now. We got Fewell after Spags left. I have no idea what the organization is going to do, but what if they do not make any changes to the coaching staff?