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Ron RIvera presser at 2:30

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Guarantee you this, he won't be yukking it up like during his last press conference.

That drove me crazy. He was up there like he had just won the special olympics. Even during the bye week he was on cloud 9. This guy just doesn't have it.

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That drove me crazy. He was up there like he had just won the special olympics. Even during the bye week he was on cloud 9. This guy just doesn't have it.

 

Yep, we acted like we had arrived after we blew out a terrible Giants team.  We thought we were damn good after that and yesterday's game was harsh reality giving us a nice bitch slap.  LOL

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Yep, we acted like we had arrived after we blew out a terrible Giants team. We thought we were damn good after that and yesterday's game was harsh reality giving us a nice bitch slap. LOL

Yep. All you can really do is laugh at this point. I've turned my anger to humor.

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He's not the reason we lost yesterday, but you're right, don't think I've ever heard him say anything along the lines of letting his team down.

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in terms of what this team needs right now, Coughlin is actually a pretty attractive candidate once he gets fired in NY. Perhaps not as a ten year hire, but if you're looking to address this what this team needs right now from a leader, Coughlin is a nice option for a four or five year period at the least.

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So to summarize: It is what it is, we picked a bad day to have a bad day. 

wrong coach, i wouldnt have laughed anyway for as many times as those two quotes have been used on here.

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in terms of what this team needs right now, Coughlin is actually a pretty attractive candidate once he gets fired in NY. Perhaps not as a ten year hire, but if you're looking to address this what this team needs right now from a leader, Coughlin is a nice option for a four or five year period at the least.

 

If I were Coughlin, I'd retire once I was let go from the Giants.  He's in his late 60's and he's had a hell of a career.  HOF worthy.  Why come to this joke of a franchise to poo on the twilight of your career?

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He's not the reason we lost yesterday, but you're right, don't think I've ever heard him say anything along the lines of letting his team down.

I will agree the players should hold most of the blame for yesterday, but you could just tell from his press conferences since the Giants game the kind of mood that was present at practice and preparation for the Cardinals' game. Sort of like a we have arrived, we are so good just watch type feel.

Oh, and not to mention the playcalling yesterday...the 2nd half was horrific. Arizona made adjustments as soon as we almost scored after the first drive. SMH. He has to go.

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Any time now Ron.  What is he doing, packing up his office?

 

He researching how to answer the inevitable question about the HC search info.

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