New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin does not want to hear the questions about second-half collapses, but he is going to keep hearing them until or unless the Giants are able to stop faltering at the end of each season, as they have done the past two years. Coughlin was asked -- again -- about that on Wednesday.
"I know that this is something fanatically involved with all of you but each team is a new team and each year is a new year," Coughlin said. "We do have to be more consistent and play four quarters of football and not just the last quarter. We do have to remember that it is a team game and every part of the game has to play at the same level with the same degree of competence as the other facets in order for you to win."
Coughlin said ":I don't really have the answer to that one" when asked if Michael Boley or Ahmad Bradshaw would practice this week. He said that Chris Snee was suffering from food poisoning during Sunday's game against Philadelphia, and that there were no issues found when Will Beatty had an MRI on his back.