It is time for the New York Giants, the media, and Giants fans to face reality Tom Coughlin is not prepared, he does not pay attention to detail, and he is a very poor manager which is the job head football coach. His coaching staff is very poor and lack talent especially his offensive staff. His offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride has no feel for the game; he runs the wrong play for the flow of the game and puts the offense in poor match-ups. The run game is missed used and he passes when he should be running, and runs when he should be passing. The offense is poorly prepared and mistakes are never corrected.
Young player are never given the opportunity to make a difference even when their skills would add needed explosion and the possibility for moment changing plays. Special teams do not have any exposition, and young players are not given the opportunity to grow once and learn from their mistakes. The young players are taken out of contention for making mistakes in the preseason when they could be the difference makers that are needed. Coughlin would rather return to plain vanilla that puts the team in poor field position and creates short field for opponents.
The defenses always make the big mistake that gives the opponents the extra chance that leads to the score that cost the Giants the game. When the defenses is about to put their foot on the trout of the opponent a Coughlin team always lets up an lets them back into the game. At the end of the season Coughlin, teams always go on prolonged losing steaks and there are never adjustments to change the teams play. This is not the sign of a person who is prepared, who pays attention to detail. This is the sign of a person who is unprepared and unskilled. The Giants stay with unskilled personal fair to long because of one season that ended luckily. The management of the Giants lack the skill to analysis the needs for change, and the lack of skill. The truth is the Giants are a poorly run organization and all Giant fans should hope that the team is sold to owners who will give the organization the chance to maintain excellence, not mediocrity