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#21 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.05
    Originally posted by Roy.
      Originally posted by Big Bad
      Speaking of the Giants, what was up with Terry Bradshaw's anti-Coughlin rant on FOX NFL Sunday? It seemed really out of nowhere.


    A lot of former players are going off on Coughlin lately. Tony Siragusa didn't seem to have a good opinion of the man, and some of the ESPN guys were even questioning his leadership. I guess he fined 4 players for showing up early to a team meeting, but they didn't show up early enough. For more on Bradshaw's comments, there's an article in Newsday: Here (newsday.com)


Ya, ESPN.com is saying that his meetings start "five minutes early" and that the players were only "three minutes early" so they were being fined for being to a meeting three minutes early.

Those lazy slackers.




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#22 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.77
In high school our orchestra teacher/conductor had a saying: "If you're early then you're on time, and if you're on time then you're late. Don't be late."

For all intents and purposes then, the meetings start at 5 of instead of on the dot, or whatever the time is. So yeah, those guys are late.

I don't like Coughlin. I can't say I paid any attention to him at his prior jobs, but he just looks so angry on the sidelines. Not that he should be happy with losing, but everytime they cut to him he looked PISSED. I hope he doesn't last long in NY.



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#23 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.13
I was thinking he looked like Notch Johnson for a while there.



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#24 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.83
The man is just that angry. I don't recall ever seeing him smile while he was still here in Jax. In other news, Wayne Weaver is a horrible tipper.



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#25 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.99
    Originally posted by vsp
    Lynch's hit on Hall in the Broncos-CHIEFS game is its main competition for hit of the week.
Did anyone see the hit Keyshawn took where he nearly landed on his head? I'm surprised that one hasn't been replayed like the Giants' shots were.
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Agreed, but we're more in need of a deep threat than a possession receiver. I'm not knocking Keyshawn, and would love to have him, but I'm not holding my breath.
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