Strahan has been very vocal about not liking TC..
"I can tell you, (after) my first meeting (with Coughlin) I went home and said, 'I'm going to enjoy this year. I'm not going to play for him next year. I hate him,'" Strahan said on a conference call to promote the book, which was released yesterday. "And now I can see myself definitely ending my career with him as a coach. I never would have thought that before."Tiki never almost came to blows with TC.They nearly came to blows a few months later, just before the season opener, when Strahan was fined $1,000 for showing up for an 8:25 a.m. meeting at 8:23 - a blatant test of Coughlin's order that everyone be in their seats five minutes early. Strahan appealed the fine to the NFLPA and also had a heated argument with his coach.
“I would imagine [Coughlin] was probably worse than anyone could thing Belichick would be. Because Belichick’s players love him, and it’s almost like a public persona that he gives off.
“But Coughlin, we hated him. And it was real. It was no public persona. We hated the man. But now he learned that you can be tough, everybody’s going to have the same goal — to win — but you have to let [people] know you’re human. You have to know I care about you. And once he learned to let us know he cared about us, we loved him.
The man that said "injuries are mental"......Tiki was right to call him out, Superbowl or not.......