Tom Coughlin

Giants Fall To Redskins
Giants' Road To The Playoffs Goes Through These PlacesThe New York Giants (5-5) six game sprint to the NFL playoffs begins this week with a clash against their oldest rival, the Washington Redskins (4-6). While the Giants have tread water, the rest of the NFC east has been a hot mess, so New York actually holds a one-game in the division. Big Blue is capable of finishing on top, if they can clean up these areas.
Giants Bring Nicks Back After Cruz Season Is Cut ShortThe New York Giants head into their bye week in first-place in the dysfunctional NFC east division, so the team's ability to make the playoffs comes down to a six game season. As their bye week started, New York found out that Victor Cruz will not be joining them in 2015, but then the G-men dipped into their Super Bowl past and brought back Hakeem Nicks to take Cruz's roster spot.
Big Blue's Black EyeThe Giants went nose to nose with the Patriots, the NFL's best team. They could've and should've won, but they didn't.
The Giants Can Beat The PatriotsThe Giants are a sort of kryptonite for the favored Patriots. So a Giants win shouldn't come as a surprise.
Team Grades: Big Plays Lead Giants Past Cowboys 27-20The New York Giants (4-3) desperately needed a win over the Dallas Cowboys (2-4) to potentially save their season. Another loss to the Cowboys would have dropped Big Blue below .500 on the season.
Coughlin Wins 100th As Giants Beat Cowboys
Are These The Same Old New York Giants?The past week could not have gone any worse for the New York Giants. In addition to the plethora of injuries that keep piling up, Big Blue also went down to Philadelphia and played its worst game of the season.
Keidel: New York, New YorkThe Jets are learning how to win, and the Giants already know. Both teams seem to have legitimate playoff shots.
Injury Report: Say It Ain't So, Cruz Out For Giants Against BillsSo close, yet so far...could be the mantra for New York Giants' wide receiver Victor Cruz. Cruz thought he would make his long anticipated return from major knee surgery, and a lingering calf issue, on Sunday against the Buffalo Bills. After a setback on Wednesday, that will not be the case. Big Blue's best defensive lineman, Robert Ayers, Jr., also suffered a setback as well and will not play on Sunday.
Giants Build Lead And Hold It, Beat Redskins 32-21
Assessing Blame For The New York Giants' Poor StartFor the third straight campaign, the New York Giants have opened their season with an 0-2 record.
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