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    Jay Cutler (thumb surgery) acknowledged that making a return in the regular season is a long shot.</p>
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    The recovery time from this kind of surgery varies
    greatly, depending on how patients respond to the pins and screws in
    their thumb. "It could be that I'm done for the season," Cutler said. "I
    don't know. I just have to be smart about it. I have to realize there
    is a long-term picture here."
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    and I disagree that what we do to the players every week is any differnet than the treatment coughlin is getting now....

    critiquing players by saying they should be benched, cut, traded, or let them walk is all the equivalent of firing a coach
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    [quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="ny06"][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
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    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]</P>


    Critiquing there play is what fans do, but your missing the point. This same old b.s of playing lazy and not giving it there all has been going on since 09. Can you say in all honesty thats not the players fault? A coaches job is to put there players in the best situation to win. The player has to execute and give it there all. There have been far too many times the players have just went through the motions. </P>


    If you think a new coaching change will get these guys back to playing with fire your sadly mistaken. There is a thing going around in that locker-room, and it's time to cut it out. I want guys who want to play for the NY Giants, they give it there all every play, every game. </P>


    What did Canty say after the Saint game? "we can't be ourselves up after this game" Are you kidding me? The players on defense should feel ashamed on there performance, they should look for blood. They should say this is not acceptable, we need to work hard and get back to Giant football. </P>


    [/quote]

    Okay and that doesn't SCREAM head coach to you? I think its the players to a degree, but we've past that point now. There have been far too many times we've been outcoached too. Preperation and getting your teams mind right is also something coaches have to do as a whole.

    I disagree. Fires need to be lit under their *** and Coughlin cna't do it anymore. A BIG part of coaching is motivating your players - something TC can't do. I bet you would of made the same case about San Francisco last year and a new coach has completely turned over that place and got the most out of its players....

    and not for nothing I disagree that Coughlin does a good job with putting his players in the best situations.

    Theres obviously a lack of emotion in the locker room and lets be real, your probably reading WAYY too much into this. If i was a betting man i would doubt that Canty meant it in the way ur suggesting, but more in a we can't get down on ourselves type thing.


    [/quote]</P>


    I can throw out your San fran arguement with one word. Quitters...</P>


    They have no quitters on that team, we do...</P>


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    [quote user="dezzzR"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"]<u>and the beauty of my San Fran debate is that its pretty much the same exact team as it was last year.</u> Harbough is the difference maker and I know if u admit that it would destroy your whole argument so u won't, but its the truth

    and stop saying they havne't played anybody - its stupid at this point. Cowboys, Eagles, Bengals, and Baltimore


    [/quote] bengals, cowboys and eagles are good??? id say decent at best. baltimore beat them.

    the beauty? how about i start naming all the coaches who have failed with a brand new teams. lol its amusing how you think someones going to walk in here and were magically going to start winning. gilbrides been with eli his WHOLE carreer. if you dont think a new staff is going to set eli back a bit next season youre ****ing nuts.

    [/quote]

    lol one team is winning their division and the other is a 7 win team thats in the playoffs and just happen to play in the hardest division its football

    apparently not only do u not watch the giants but u don't know naything else thats going on in the league either.

    Baltimore is a top team in the AFC.

    Okay once u give me that lits, you can leave the ones out that didn't inherit talent and got a ****ty team. I could name you PLENTY of teams that got new coaches that had talented teams and were successful
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    [quote user="ny06"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="ny06"][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
    [/quote]</p>


    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]</p>


    Critiquing there play is what fans do, but your missing the point. This same old b.s of playing lazy and not giving it there all has been going on since 09. Can you say in all honesty thats not the players fault? A coaches job is to put there players in the best situation to win. The player has to execute and give it there all. There have been far too many times the players have just went through the motions. </p>


    If you think a new coaching change will get these guys back to playing with fire your sadly mistaken. There is a thing going around in that locker-room, and it's time to cut it out. I want guys who want to play for the NY Giants, they give it there all every play, every game. </p>


    What did Canty say after the Saint game? "we can't be ourselves up after this game" Are you kidding me? The players on defense should feel ashamed on there performance, they should look for blood. They should say this is not acceptable, we need to work hard and get back to Giant football. </p>


    [/quote]

    Okay and that doesn't SCREAM head coach to you? I think its the players to a degree, but we've past that point now. There have been far too many times we've been outcoached too. Preperation and getting your teams mind right is also something coaches have to do as a whole.

    I disagree. Fires need to be lit under their *** and Coughlin cna't do it anymore. A BIG part of coaching is motivating your players - something TC can't do. I bet you would of made the same case about San Francisco last year and a new coach has completely turned over that place and got the most out of its players....

    and not for nothing I disagree that Coughlin does a good job with putting his players in the best situations.

    Theres obviously a lack of emotion in the locker room and lets be real, your probably reading WAYY too much into this. If i was a betting man i would doubt that Canty meant it in the way ur suggesting, but more in a we can't get down on ourselves type thing.


    [/quote]</p>


    I can throw out your San fran arguement with one word. Quitters...</p>


    They have no quitters on that team, we do...</p>


    </p>[/quote]

    LOL WHATTTT?!

    You apparently didn't wathc them too much these past few years. Those teams ABSOLUTELY quit on Nolan and Singletary.

    Its the SAME exact team that GOT singletary FIRED!!!!
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    [quote user="MattMeyerBud"]and I disagree that what we do to the players every week is any differnet than the treatment coughlin is getting now....

    critiquing players by saying they should be benched, cut, traded, or let them walk is all the equivalent of firing a coach
    [/quote]</P>


    Let's blame Coughlin for the dropped passes, or the miss assingments, hell let's blame Coughlin for the defense for sleepwalking in the Saint game. </P>


    Tom Coughlin's time is up, I have said that since 09. I think he is a great coach, but it's time the players have a new leader. </P>


    But you make it out like the players are only doing what there coaches tell them to do. No blame should go to them. I disagree, these players have made countless mistakes, and you have to question do they even care at this point. </P>


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    [quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="ny06"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="ny06"][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
    [/quote]</P>


    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]</P>


    Critiquing there play is what fans do, but your missing the point. This same old b.s of playing lazy and not giving it there all has been going on since 09. Can you say in all honesty thats not the players fault? A coaches job is to put there players in the best situation to win. The player has to execute and give it there all. There have been far too many times the players have just went through the motions. </P>


    If you think a new coaching change will get these guys back to playing with fire your sadly mistaken. There is a thing going around in that locker-room, and it's time to cut it out. I want guys who want to play for the NY Giants, they give it there all every play, every game. </P>


    What did Canty say after the Saint game? "we can't be ourselves up after this game" Are you kidding me? The players on defense should feel ashamed on there performance, they should look for blood. They should say this is not acceptable, we need to work hard and get back to Giant football. </P>


    [/quote]

    Okay and that doesn't SCREAM head coach to you? I think its the players to a degree, but we've past that point now. There have been far too many times we've been outcoached too. Preperation and getting your teams mind right is also something coaches have to do as a whole.

    I disagree. Fires need to be lit under their *** and Coughlin cna't do it anymore. A BIG part of coaching is motivating your players - something TC can't do. I bet you would of made the same case about San Francisco last year and a new coach has completely turned over that place and got the most out of its players....

    and not for nothing I disagree that Coughlin does a good job with putting his players in the best situations.

    Theres obviously a lack of emotion in the locker room and lets be real, your probably reading WAYY too much into this. If i was a betting man i would doubt that Canty meant it in the way ur suggesting, but more in a we can't get down on ourselves type thing.


    [/quote]</P>


    I can throw out your San fran arguement with one word. Quitters...</P>


    They have no quitters on that team, we do...</P>


    </P>


    [/quote]

    LOL WHATTTT?!

    You apparently didn't wathc them too much these past few years. Those teams ABSOLUTELY quit on Nolan and Singletary.

    Its the SAME exact team that GOT singletary FIRED!!!!
    [/quote]</P>


    How do you know they quit on those 2 coaches?</P>


    Are you getting that from the highlights on espn? </P>


    Don't tell me you watch all there games during those head coaches tenure, you can't even watch the Yankees during the regular season. </P>

    Giants fan since the early 80s

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    Re: THEE GAME IS vs THE BUFFALO BILLS ON OCT 16th!

    [quote user="ny06"]

    [quote user="MattMeyerBud"]and I disagree that what we do to the players every week is any differnet than the treatment coughlin is getting now....

    critiquing players by saying they should be benched, cut, traded, or let them walk is all the equivalent of firing a coach
    [/quote]</p>


    Let's blame Coughlin for the dropped passes, or the miss assingments, hell let's blame Coughlin for the defense for sleepwalking in the Saint game. </p>


    Tom Coughlin's time is up, I have said that since 09. I think he is a great coach, but it's time the players have a new leader. </p>


    But you make it out like the players are only doing what there coaches tell them to do. No blame should go to them. I disagree, these players have made countless mistakes, and you have to question do they even care at this point. </p>


    </p>[/quote]This part I agree with entirely: NY06 said "What did Canty say after the Saint game? "we can't be ourselves up after
    this game" Are you kidding me? The players on defense should feel
    ashamed on there performance, they should look for blood. They should
    say this is not acceptable, we need to work hard and get back to Giant
    football."

    The coaches must take responsibility for having the team prepared each week.

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    [quote user="ny06"]

    [quote user="MattMeyerBud"]and I disagree that what we do to the players every week is any differnet than the treatment coughlin is getting now....

    critiquing players by saying they should be benched, cut, traded, or let them walk is all the equivalent of firing a coach
    [/quote]</p>


    Let's blame Coughlin for the dropped passes, or the miss assingments, hell let's blame Coughlin for the defense for sleepwalking in the Saint game. </p>


    Tom Coughlin's time is up, I have said that since 09. I think he is a great coach, but it's time the players have a new leader. </p>


    But you make it out like the players are only doing what there coaches tell them to do. No blame should go to them. I disagree, these players have made countless mistakes, and you have to question do they even care at this point. </p>


    </p>[/quote]

    no, lets blame him for bad gameplanning, lack of preperation by players, lack of disciplin by players (it was suppose to be the biggest thing about him), his lack of bringing along young players, his lack of willingness to use young talent,.

    How you could get that from my argument is baffling. As somebody that is in thee thread every week and you literally see me shred players constantly , it makes no sense for u to say i don't put blame on the players.

    A new coach can make a world of difference
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    [quote user="ny06"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="ny06"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="ny06"][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
    [/quote]</p>


    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]</p>


    Critiquing there play is what fans do, but your missing the point. This same old b.s of playing lazy and not giving it there all has been going on since 09. Can you say in all honesty thats not the players fault? A coaches job is to put there players in the best situation to win. The player has to execute and give it there all. There have been far too many times the players have just went through the motions. </p>


    If you think a new coaching change will get these guys back to playing with fire your sadly mistaken. There is a thing going around in that locker-room, and it's time to cut it out. I want guys who want to play for the NY Giants, they give it there all every play, every game. </p>


    What did Canty say after the Saint game? "we can't be ourselves up after this game" Are you kidding me? The players on defense should feel ashamed on there performance, they should look for blood. They should say this is not acceptable, we need to work hard and get back to Giant football. </p>


    [/quote]

    Okay and that doesn't SCREAM head coach to you? I think its the players to a degree, but we've past that point now. There have been far too many times we've been outcoached too. Preperation and getting your teams mind right is also something coaches have to do as a whole.

    I disagree. Fires need to be lit under their *** and Coughlin cna't do it anymore. A BIG part of coaching is motivating your players - something TC can't do. I bet you would of made the same case about San Francisco last year and a new coach has completely turned over that place and got the most out of its players....

    and not for nothing I disagree that Coughlin does a good job with putting his players in the best situations.

    Theres obviously a lack of emotion in the locker room and lets be real, your probably reading WAYY too much into this. If i was a betting man i would doubt that Canty meant it in the way ur suggesting, but more in a we can't get down on ourselves type thing.


    [/quote]</p>


    I can throw out your San fran arguement with one word. Quitters...</p>


    They have no quitters on that team, we do...</p>


    </p>


    [/quote]

    LOL WHATTTT?!

    You apparently didn't wathc them too much these past few years. Those teams ABSOLUTELY quit on Nolan and Singletary.

    Its the SAME exact team that GOT singletary FIRED!!!!
    [/quote]</p>


    How do you know they quit on those 2 coaches?</p>


    Are you getting that from the highlights on espn? </p>


    Don't tell me you watch all there games during those head coaches tenure, you can't even watch the Yankees during the regular season. </p>[/quote]

    yea i got my info from the same website that u did that said they never quit. Glad you were on top of that. I actually inquire about other teams and try to get as much knowledge on football year round. Not going to turn this into a comparison, but what gives you more of a right to make a statement like that than i do? I'd guarantee that i follow the NFL in a more broad way than you do

    i don't watch the yankees as much as u guys because baseball puts me to sleep. Big difference
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