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What I think Rivera's problem is

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He over-thinks. He lets his head get in the way of his gut and he plays the "right" and "safe" way.

 

After two close losses, and taking a few more risks in week 3, do you think Rivera is past this?

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I think his main problem is playing the guys he is friends with, and sitting the guys who are in his perceived doghouse, even if it's a detriment to the team.

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Nope. Until we win like this consistently each and every week. I do not think Rivera has grown a pair yet.

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I think the Giants flat out suck and we are a decent team

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We just had a big win....how about letting it rest for a bit.

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I think the Giants flat out suck and we are a decent team

I agree.

It becomes lost in the beauty of the win, but this giants team is bad. Their offensive line may be in worse shape than ours.

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Rivera is not an NFL Head Coach Sorry. 

 

He should play for blow outs all the time, cause he can't coach in close games anyway. 

 

Rivera, should have tried to get Cam his 4th TD, or one of his RB's a TD in the 4th qtr

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I agree.

It becomes lost in the beauty of the win, but this giants team is bad. Their offensive line may be in worse shape than ours.

 

Their offensive line let up one sack before this game, ad I know Miller is out, but Denver still has talented pass rushers.

 

Let's not forget the Broncos are the best team in the NFL and a lot of NYG's problems have been on their turnovers,not the team itself. 

 

They're not good, but they're not terrible either. Neither are we. 

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