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    Question For those that believe Gilbride is a really good coach please ask yourself 1 question

    Just ask yourself this... since he's been vying (for years, and that is well documented) for a head coaching position than why has not a single team offered him a job? Coordinators are free game every single year. The Gilbride enthusiasts always bring up the point he's won two super bowls. So if he's so accomplished why does he not appeal to any football team in the collegiate or NFL level.

    Gilbride supporters also bring up that our offense is generally always tops in the league... blah blah blah

    Don't you think with a top QB in Eli and the superior talent surrounding him that we should always have top offense no matter who the OC is?


    Gilbride is a good to average OC. He's nothing more, nothing less and we can absolutely do better and also do worse.

    I'd love the opportunity to allow someone to do better.


    He's here for at least another season so this is the last Gilbride topic I will make, scouts honor ... and we can win despite him.
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    Because hes 61 years old.

    And he was in fact a head coach for a year in the NFL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slipknottin View Post
    Because hes 61 years old.

    And he was in fact a head coach for a year in the NFL.
    Right, he doesn't have the fire or personality to be a HC. He's purely an X and O guy. I don't see him anything more than that but my gripe is, is his scheme is tired. Ge doesn't ever step outside of the box and I'm not talking about throwing in a flea flicker like some fans suggest every year lol. He's just so blah and bland which is predictable.

    Everything is predicated on the big play and Eli Manning... you cannot rely on that every single game, it's asinine.


    Teams are using his sight adjustment scheme to benefit their defense.
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    I concur with NYG4Life

    Gilbride s very predictable inside the Red Oooops Green Zone. And is our offense so damn complicated that we can never work rookies into the offense like Reid's Eagles, Shanahan's Redskins, and even the Cowboys. I'm tired of this attitude towards rookies. We just can't seem to get our top three picks to shine. Stop. Start. Stutter. Sputter. A glimpse here, a glimpser there. Either they are good and they should move in and play or we didn't have a need at that position. Maybe its a GM issue. Nicks seems to be the only exception to the rule. Cruz was a bluebird. And JPP seems to have peaked. Either the player evaluation is wrong or the system is not allowing these players to reach maximum potential. Which is it?

    Next, is it possible that Coughlin overtrains the team and that exlains the physical and mental sag in November? It can happen to any athlete.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slipknottin View Post
    Because hes 61 years old.And he was in fact a head coach for a year in the NFL.
    What team?
    Quote Originally Posted by mercurio View Post
    JR is the GIANTS GM as TC is the coach and Eli is the QB. Support them.
    Couldn't have said it better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean Montemayor View Post
    What team?
    San Diego
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    Quote Originally Posted by slipknottin View Post
    Because hes 61 years old.

    And he was in fact a head coach for a year in the NFL.
    I made the same point several times to KG supporters, but they can't answer the question. Agism is definitely the major contributor. If KG was younger, he would've been picked up by another team a long time ago.
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    Being a good HC and a good coordinator have absolute nothing to do with each other. Some guys are just not cut out to be HC's, despite being excellent coordinators, i.e. **** LeBeau.

    So, can people stop bringing this subject up like it's some indictment of KG as an OC; it's just ignorant and makes you look foolish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drez View Post
    Being a good HC and a good coordinator have absolute nothing to do with each other. Some guys are just not cut out to be HC's, despite being excellent coordinators, i.e. **** LeBeau.

    So, can people stop bringing this subject up like it's some indictment of KG as an OC; it's just ignorant and makes you look foolish.
    They have more to do with each other than you like to believe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NYG4lifeNYK View Post
    They have more to do with each other than you like to believe.
    Such as?

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