Coming off a sixth straight loss, Eli Manning on Monday said it’s time for the team to start doing things right. It’s time for the Giants to win a game.
Hiring Harbaugh would meet Woody’s lust for a luminary to lead the team. Lord knows the born billionaire can afford him. And Harbaugh can coach as well, if not better, than anyone.
Eli Manning believes he has a lot of good years of football left. And he hopes to continue playing them in New York.
Eli Manning has never been one to engage in verbal sparring in the media. But it appears that Tiki Barber’s comments on the current state of the Giants and the future of head coach Tom Coughlin rubbed the Giants’ leader the wrong way.
Co-owners John Mara and Steve Tisch and general manager Jerry Reese have not given any indication about Coughlin’s future with the organization.
In the end, both coaches will pay for their failings. The only difference will involve the method of payment.
“Look, I had a great working relationship with Tom Coughlin … I have an opinion. It’s my job to have an opinion. That’s what (CBS executives) hired me to be.”
With his team marred in a five-game losing streak and all but irrelevant, inevitably the ‘buzzards are buzzing’ around Giants head coach Tom Coughlin.
“At some point, it trickles uphill and it has to be Tom Coughlin’s responsibility. I’ve held off on saying it, but it is time for them to make a change at head coach.”
Even if you’re not a Big Blue devotee, Sunday had to summon some sense of sadness.
Speaking to the “TBD in the AM” show on CBS Sports Radio on Monday, the Hall of Fame coach said Coughlin’s résumé speaks for itself and he should be given the benefit of the doubt.
As a fourth-down pass fell to the turf, Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr. let his helmet fly. The rookie is learning quickly and painfully about losing in the NFL.
New York’s playoff hopes effectively ended Sunday in a rain of turnovers. Now, it’s just a matter of what the final record will look like.
Boomer and Craig were talking football early on Monday morning, trying their best to make sense of Big Blue’s demise, collectively wondering what the future might hold for Tom Coughlin & Co.
“He hasn’t played in a while, so I can’t say how much he can give us,” Coughlin said of Jennings. “He knows his limitations and knows his own body. We trust him. At this point, we need a win.”