If You Are Playing the Blame Game You Better Look Beyond Manning and Coughlin

October 19, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

If you’re looking to blame someone for the Giants 0-6 start, you better start looking beyond Eli Manning and Tom Coughlin.
New York sports fans can be both great and terrible at the same time. If a team is playing well, they will treat them like the Gods of New York. But if a team happens to lose a few games, they will immediately send them into the doghouse.
Loyalty is not a word that is typically synonymous with New York sports fans.
Having said that, one would think that out of a team of 53 players, Manning, who has lead the team to two Super Bowl titles in the past six years and is almost certainly the greatest Giants quarterback of all time, and Coughlin, who has coached the Giants to two Super Bowl titles in six years and is arguably one of the top two coaches in Giants history, would have by this point earned enough respect from Giants fans to be completely off the table when taking part in any form of a blame game in New York.
These two men have alread...

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