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Topic - Tom Coughlin
Ben McAdoo plans to mix and match what he learned with the Green Bay Packers with parts of the Kevin Gilbride's playbook in coming up with a new offense for the New York Giants.
New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin will be going into the season with a little more job security.
After getting permission from his 7-year-old daughter, New York Giants offensive lineman David Diehl has retired after an 11-year career that included two Super Bowl championships.
Former Minnesota and Tennessee assistant Craig Johnson has been named running backs coach with the New York Giants.
After a dismal offensive performance in 2013, Tom Coughlin and the New York Giants are overhauling the staff to fix Eli Manning and company.
Tom Coughlin is making major changes to the struggling New York Giants offense, starting with his staff.
The New York Giants offense is seemingly going to go in a new direction.
Tom Coughlin is going to get another chance to make the New York Giants a champion again.
Within 48 hours of the final contest ending, the Redskins could have moved on from Mike Shanahan and his coaching staff and turned in a new direction. Again. Players will have packed their gear and most will have headed back to their offseason homes to lick their wounds. The question between now and then: How do you get through that final game when there is nothing at stake.
The New York Giants want to go all out to make a final positive impression in case coach Tom Coughlin's job is insecure _ which it almost certainly is not. How the Washington Redskins respond to Mike Shanahan's potentially final day as coach is more uncertain.
Gary Kubiak is out in Houston, the first NFL coach relieved of his duties. With three weeks remaining in the regular season, from North (Leslie Frazier) to South (Mike Munchak), from East (Mike Shanahan) to West (Dennis Allen), there are plenty more candidates to get canned.
Here's another adjective Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin can call his ill-timed two-step onto the field last Thursday night against Baltimore.
One by one, the Giants began to identify, and isolate, their issues: too many turnovers, an inability to run the ball and injuries on the offensive line. Now, they head into Sunday's game against the Redskins on a clear upward trend with four wins in five games.
Weird things happen in Week 1, which is essentially an extension of the preseason. And like the preseason, what happens in Week 1 is rarely indicative of what will happen as the regular season progresses.
Coughlin said making the changes was very difficult.
"You have coaches that have, in many cases, been with you a long, long time with Kevin (Gilbride) retiring and with Mike (Pope) and Jerald (Ingram) - they had been with me a long time," Coughlin said.