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in your opinion - What was the worst Management Giants move?

DavidinBMNY : 8/15/2019 8:58 am
There are many good ones to choose from.

My opinion, is promoting Jerry Reese to general manager. He made a lot of decisions that set the franchise back, including hiring Marc Ross. Reese's built the team based on athletic playmakers, ignored the OL, failed on every late round pick (outside Bradshaw), gambled on a lot of players with previous injuries who only lasted 1 contract. I still remember when they drafted David Wilson I said "Luxury pick. We're not that good."

What do you think was the worst management decision?
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Wasn’t Belichick not being hired a Parcells power play....  
Britt in VA : 8/15/2019 11:22 am : link
as much as it was a management decision?

I remember hearing the late announcement of his “retirement” affecting the Belichick decision, no?
Y.A. Re: Trading Sam Huff.  
Marty in Albany : 8/15/2019 11:22 am : link
It broke my heart.
easy  
giantfan2000 : 8/15/2019 11:25 am : link
promoting Chris Mara Senior Vice President of Player Personnel in 2011

you can trace the decline of this franchise to that moment ..

Parcells retiring when he did, leaving us in  
SFGFNCGiantsFan : 8/15/2019 12:16 pm : link
a lurch. Also, GY thinking BB wasn't head coach material.
Giants Passed on Reggie White in the 1984 Supplemental Draft  
Youtoo : 8/15/2019 12:20 pm : link
Parcells wanted him, but they got Carl Banks in the first round of the regular draft. George Young wanted an offensive lineman. The lineman they drafted went to the hall of fame, but never played for the giants.He told the giants he did not want to play on the east coast and would never play for the Gaints.

George Young did not believe him. Then he held out for a year and George traded him for 2 second round picks. One was a guy who was out of the league in 4 years and the other was Mark Collins who started at Corner for 2 superbowl teams, but was replaceable.

Fans often make excuses for George Young because the guy he drafted was great. They ignore that he REFUSED TO PLAY FOR THE GIANTS.

Lawrence Taylor and Reggie White were the two best defensive players I ever saw. There was no salary cap and no free agency. If the Giants drafted Reggie White I think they might have won 4 superbowls in 5 years starting in 1986. The Giant defense would have been better than the 1985/1986 bears defense with more offense.
In this order...  
EricJ : 8/15/2019 12:25 pm : link
Passing on Bill B
Promoting Jerry Reese
Hiring Dan Reeves
Cutting Matt Stover
Parting ways with Ed McCaffrey
The Cedric Jones pick
The Ron Dayne pick
RE: Giants Passed on Reggie White in the 1984 Supplemental Draft  
EricJ : 8/15/2019 12:26 pm : link
In comment 14531185 Youtoo said:
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George Young wanted an offensive lineman. The lineman they drafted went to the hall of fame, but never played for the giants.He told the giants he did not want to play on the east coast and would never play for the Gaints.


Zimmerman
RE: Giants Passed on Reggie White in the 1984 Supplemental Draft  
bw in dc : 8/15/2019 12:26 pm : link
In comment 14531185 Youtoo said:
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Parcells wanted him, but they got Carl Banks in the first round of the regular draft. George Young wanted an offensive lineman. The lineman they drafted went to the hall of fame, but never played for the giants.He told the giants he did not want to play on the east coast and would never play for the Gaints.

George Young did not believe him. Then he held out for a year and George traded him for 2 second round picks. One was a guy who was out of the league in 4 years and the other was Mark Collins who started at Corner for 2 superbowl teams, but was replaceable.

Fans often make excuses for George Young because the guy he drafted was great. They ignore that he REFUSED TO PLAY FOR THE GIANTS.

Lawrence Taylor and Reggie White were the two best defensive players I ever saw. There was no salary cap and no free agency. If the Giants drafted Reggie White I think they might have won 4 superbowls in 5 years starting in 1986. The Giant defense would have been better than the 1985/1986 bears defense with more offense.


That's really unfair. Jints Central drafted very well in the '80s. They had a lot of hits in the draft.

And it showed with their most dominant period as a franchise, and two SBs.
Hi guys!  
figgy2989 : 8/15/2019 12:27 pm : link
RE: easy  
ron mexico : 8/15/2019 12:27 pm : link
In comment 14531093 giantfan2000 said:
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promoting Chris Mara Senior Vice President of Player Personnel in 2011

you can trace the decline of this franchise to that moment ..


well at least his horse racing career seems to be going well
We had a bunch of 2nd rd picks 2 of which were from Zimmerman trade  
Bubba : 8/15/2019 12:30 pm : link
in 1986 included, not sure the order, Collins, Howard, Pepper Johnson and Greg Lasker. All went on to become great contributors and were instrumental for winning the 1990 SB. Lasker got hurt but played until then.
RE: Wellington Mara as his own appointed  
Big Blue Blogger : 8/15/2019 1:08 pm : link
Big Blue '56 said:
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GM
+100,000,000. End of discussion.

Yes, the Giants also let Lombardi, Landry and Belichick slip away. All terrible. But that's still a lower level of the organization. With the talent Mara provided in the 60s and 70s, the team wouldn't have won anything with a coaching staff of Lombardi, Landry, Belichick, Coughlin and Parcells, all in their primes.

Only 2 of the 2nd round picks  
arniefez : 8/15/2019 1:14 pm : link
were from the Zimmerman trade. If the Giants took Reggie White they would have had LT and Reggie White in their early prime on either side of the defense with Bill Parcells and Bill Belichick coaching them. It absolutely belongs on this list.

In recent years promoting Chris Mara Senior Vice President of Player Personnel is on the list for me.
Every team makes bad draft picks and misses great players  
Eric on Li : 8/15/2019 1:21 pm : link
as bad as the Cedric Jones and Ron Dayne picks were that's a stupid thing to nitpick. Had they ended up with Kevin Hardy or Thomas Jones (both of whom would have been hailed as "home run draft picks" in those respective years it's doubtful all that much would have been different in the W/L record. In any draft you can go back and pick out a Ray Lewis who fell to or close to the 2nd round, which only means pretty much the entire league missed on them.

The worst "management mistakes" go far beyond individual player transactions. It's keeping Reese/Marc Ross in charge for 2 years longer than they should where they impacted literally 100's of transactions.
Mark Collins and Greg Lasker  
arniefez : 8/15/2019 1:29 pm : link
were the players the Giants picked with the Zimmerman picks.

Collins was an excellent player. Lasker JAG. The other two 2nd picks were the Giants own pick (Erik Howard) and a #2 from Denver for Mark Haynes (Pepper Johnson).

The Giants #1 pick that year was Eric Dorsey who played Reggie White position and looked like Tarzan but played like Jane - not Reggie White.

Passing on Reggie White was one of many horrible decisions George Young made, but most of them happened after Parcells left. There was no second guessing or monday morning QBing on this. Even with no internet and much more limited coverage most Giant fans knew right away Young had blown the pick and not just because Zimmerman said he'd never play for the Giants. Zimmerman saying that was probably a big reason Young picked him. Young was vehemently anti player rights. See the 1987 strike. See plan B Free Agency. See the NY Giants in the 1990's.
I agree with Arnie on George Young...  
EricJ : 8/15/2019 1:41 pm : link
while he was exactly what this organization needed initially to get the decision making away from the Mara's.... he absolutely screwed up many decisions down the road.
RE: Hi guys!  
mfsd : 8/15/2019 3:07 pm : link
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Lol. That fucking suit. What a jackass
RE: Not drafting Reggie White  
RobCarpenter : 8/15/2019 3:37 pm : link
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Imagine him and LT on the same D....


I guess no one saw this post?
RE: RE: It's easy to say Belichick...  
Coach Red Beaulieu : 8/15/2019 3:37 pm : link
In comment 14531082 Gman11 said:
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in hindsight. But let's be honest, no one saw what he did in New England coming. Nobody.



True, but the hiring of Ray Handley is what made it worse. Handley was a RB coach. He wasn't a coordinator or head coach previously.

I can see not hiring Belichick simply based on his demeanor, but promoting Handley? Ugh.

Handley was a bit more gregarious than Little B, but yeah a definitely screams "LOOK I'm facing smarter than everyone else in the fucking room" pick. Why not Coughlin?

Mcadoo was just an outright wtf pick, can't even ascribe a rational thought process behind that pick.
Letting Coughlin go  
mittenedman : 8/15/2019 3:44 pm : link
while keeping Reese & Ross in place and promoting McAdoo.
BTW  
mittenedman : 8/15/2019 3:48 pm : link
We'll never truly know what the deal with McAdoo was. Who exactly liked him? No one from GB seemed to care. You know it wasn't Coughlin - not a WCO. Was it Mara? Reese? Tisch? Who would ever admit it now?

He was completely in over his head as an OC and then gets promoted to HC like a bad sitcom.

Had to be Mara.
RE: My point about the O-line, ultimately, is that 2013 ROCK BOTTOM  
LauderdaleMatty : 8/16/2019 12:08 am : link
In comment 14531038 Britt in VA said:
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should have never happened. We should have never hit rock bottom like that.

It forced Gilbride out and made us change our offense, which ultimately led to Ben McAdoo. It all goes back to failure to address the offensive line IN TIME. Complete lack of foresight.

I don't see how anybody can argue from that after fall from being the #1 rushing team in the entire league in 2008 to the 32nd ranked rushing offense in 2011.


They needed OL depth as was Mentioned and Passed on Max Unger for Clint Sintim and David Wilson instead of
Cordy Glenn. His first 5 years as GM he picked Beatty in RD 2 and didn’t find anyone ever in the later rounds. And Beattywas never more than meh and a finesse guy. Whom The minute he was replaced by a very limited Dave Diehl the OL got better.

Like others have mentioned,  
Rick5 : 8/16/2019 3:29 am : link
no way it was Reese. Reese played a part in two SB wins. You must be a younger fan. If you had lived through watching them during any part of the 1970s, no way Reese's name even comes up in the discussion.
RE: BTW  
shockeyisthebest8056 : 8/16/2019 4:41 am : link
In comment 14531386 mittenedman said:
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We'll never truly know what the deal with McAdoo was. Who exactly liked him? No one from GB seemed to care. You know it wasn't Coughlin - not a WCO. Was it Mara? Reese? Tisch? Who would ever admit it now?

He was completely in over his head as an OC and then gets promoted to HC like a bad sitcom.

Had to be Mara.


McAdoo may have had a bad 2nd season as HC, but to say he was in over his head as an OC is just an asinine statement. Eli Manning's numbers in 2014-2015 are better than every QB not named Brady or Rodgers and are relatively even with Drew Brees. Despite throwing the ball more often, his INT rate was cut in half.

In his first year as head coach, the offense might've sucked ass, but they still had the second best record in the conference that year. They were forced to be a road playoff team because the team with the best record was in their division. (By comparison, Ray Handley took over a Super Bowl winning team and couldn't break .500.)
RE: Like others have mentioned,  
shockeyisthebest8056 : 8/16/2019 4:49 am : link
In comment 14531776 Rick5 said:
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no way it was Reese. Reese played a part in two SB wins. You must be a younger fan. If you had lived through watching them during any part of the 1970s, no way Reese's name even comes up in the discussion.


Only a dumb person would think Jerry Reese is the "worst management move" the Giants ever made. It ended badly, but he got to the top of the mountain twice. Use your brain people.



The answer is clearly hiring Ray Handley. He took over a Super Bowl winning team and even with a bunch of excellent assistant coaches did an abysmal job. This horrific hire is made exponentially worse by the fact the Giants didn't hire perhaps the best head coach of all-time already sitting on their payroll.
Letting that whole 'sit Eli' thing develop the way it did  
CardinalX : 8/16/2019 7:04 am : link
Was just pure laziness. This could have been hashed out with a good sitdown meeting long before it got to that point. Once Eli sat (pretty much of his own accord) we can never say... well Eli played every snap or started every game since... how it's all with a qualifier. Yeah, there have been worse management moves/non-moves. But this one wears on me.
RE: BTW  
mfsd : 8/16/2019 7:18 am : link
In comment 14531386 mittenedman said:
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We'll never truly know what the deal with McAdoo was. Who exactly liked him? No one from GB seemed to care. You know it wasn't Coughlin - not a WCO. Was it Mara? Reese? Tisch? Who would ever admit it now?

He was completely in over his head as an OC and then gets promoted to HC like a bad sitcom.

Had to be Mara.


All good questions, but I can share the Eagles interest in hiring McAdoo (which rushed the Giants decision) was 100% real, not a work to screw the Giants into hiring a mediocre coach, as some have theorized.

You may consider that Eagles related asshattery, comes from a conversation I was party to a couple years back that included someone who was “in the room” in Philly.

At the time, McAdoo was one of the hot young coordinators many teams are always seeking as next coach. Sometimes you get Sean McVay, other times, a guy who wears suits 5 sizes too big. It’s a crap shoot, just like the draft to a large degree
Brown Recluse  
bc4life : 8/16/2019 7:20 am : link
Ditto
I think the worst is yet to come.  
Default : 8/16/2019 7:42 am : link
Mara has his hands on everything, and the league won’t come in for the save again.
Belichick obviously  
Matt in SGS : 8/16/2019 8:51 am : link
is an easy one, but the reality was, going into 1991, the Giants core which Parcells built was getting old. The Giants championship window was 1985 - 1990. The Giants won 2 Super Bowls, and probably could have won another too in 1988 or 1989. But by 1991, they were too old and they didn't really have ready replacements. And it took Belichick a little while to find his way in Cleveland, so who knows how it would have worked out with the Giants and they might have run out of patience with him too.

I've written this before, but to me, the biggest blunder was the way the org misread the team after the 2012 season and tried to squeeze out a title in 2013 because the Super Bowl was at MetLife. They didn't address the fact that the 2012 season was the end of the championship core that Ernie Accorsi helped set up. They had Eli in his prime and they should have started a rebuild and look to create a window for another championship or two before time ran out on Coughlin and Eli.

Instead, they went for more retreads, held on to guys like Diehl and Snee too long, and wasted the rest of Eli's prime by essentially trying to put together teams that were build to go 9-7 and hope to make the playoffs and get hot.

Gettleman gets heat, but he did was Reese should have done in 2013. Blow it up, tear it down and build it back up around Eli. Reese put far too many guys on scholarship and let guys hang around too long because they were draft picks.

Bottom line, Belichick coming into 1991 had Simms near the end of his career and Hostetler proved to be an ok QB, but not a franchise one. So he would have been faced with a total rebuild with no QB. The Giants still had another 5+ years of Eli before the decline and they blew the whole thing by putting off what really needed to be done.
RE: RE: Not drafting Reggie White  
bw in dc : 8/16/2019 8:56 am : link
In comment 14531375 RobCarpenter said:
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Imagine him and LT on the same D....



I guess no one saw this post?


We could have had Michael Irvin in the ‘88 draft instead of Eric Moore. Do you think Simms and Erhardt would have enjoyed that?
RE: Belichick obviously  
mfsd : 8/16/2019 9:03 am : link
In comment 14531873 Matt in SGS said:
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is an easy one, but the reality was, going into 1991, the Giants core which Parcells built was getting old. The Giants championship window was 1985 - 1990. The Giants won 2 Super Bowls, and probably could have won another too in 1988 or 1989. But by 1991, they were too old and they didn't really have ready replacements. And it took Belichick a little while to find his way in Cleveland, so who knows how it would have worked out with the Giants and they might have run out of patience with him too.

I've written this before, but to me, the biggest blunder was the way the org misread the team after the 2012 season and tried to squeeze out a title in 2013 because the Super Bowl was at MetLife. They didn't address the fact that the 2012 season was the end of the championship core that Ernie Accorsi helped set up. They had Eli in his prime and they should have started a rebuild and look to create a window for another championship or two before time ran out on Coughlin and Eli.

Instead, they went for more retreads, held on to guys like Diehl and Snee too long, and wasted the rest of Eli's prime by essentially trying to put together teams that were build to go 9-7 and hope to make the playoffs and get hot.

Gettleman gets heat, but he did was Reese should have done in 2013. Blow it up, tear it down and build it back up around Eli. Reese put far too many guys on scholarship and let guys hang around too long because they were draft picks.

Bottom line, Belichick coming into 1991 had Simms near the end of his career and Hostetler proved to be an ok QB, but not a franchise one. So he would have been faced with a total rebuild with no QB. The Giants still had another 5+ years of Eli before the decline and they blew the whole thing by putting off what really needed to be done.


Good post. It’s fair to wonder if the Giants would have stuck with Belichick through the transition away from the Simms/LT era. We can assume they wouldn’t have given him full control of draft and personnel as he has in New England, and we all know how George Young flubbed the early years of the free agency era. Maybe Little Bill would have pulled off another Super Bowl run with the remains of the 1990 team, maybe not . It’s no guarantee Belichick would have had the personnel to succeed once the mid-90s hit.

Belichick turned the Browns into a contender at 11-5 in 1994 and won a playoff game, after navigating through the end of the Kosar era. I’ve always thought the generally accepted narrative that he failed in Cleveland isn’t accurate...he built a legit defense (with Sagan as DC) in 94. Although to be fair, that was a veteran team with Testaverde at QB that he probably wouldn’t have kept together long. Model moving the team to Baltimore ended that run abruptly anyway.
Sagan = Saban  
mfsd : 8/16/2019 9:04 am : link
F-ing autocorrect
Britt in VA  
arniefez : 8/16/2019 9:18 am : link
There is not one ounce of truth to that revisionist history to make Parcells the bad guy who screwed the Giants. Parcells was always difficult to manage to say the least and he hated George Young for trying to fire him after 1983 no matter what he says publicly now. But the Giants knew Parcells was leaving right after the Super Bowl.

They knew he was leaving before Belichick left for Cleveland. George Young told Belichick he was never going to be HC of the NYG. Young didn't like Belichick dipping his pen in the company ink while he was married and he thought Belichick didn't have the personality to manage the media in NY.

Parcells left when Tom Mara Jr sold the team. He was much closer with Tim Jr than Wellington and Young was the opposite which makes sense if you knew anything about the 4 of them.

Leaving when ownership changed was one of Parcells MO's. He left NYG when Tim Jr sold. He left NE soon after Kraft bought the team. He left the Jets when Leon Hess sold. He gave the Giants plenty of notice and they asked him to stay through the draft which he did.

...  
christian : 8/16/2019 9:41 am : link
Lol a GM who was previously in charge of building personnel and then oversaw an unprecedented 8 year run that included 2 championships and no losing seasons was the worst move ever?

Every new GM inherits players and chooses to build around them or change them.

With some of these posts you'd think there wasn't a GM from 2007 on, just Accorsi's empty rocking chair and a pile of of 1950s Colts photos.

A team who let Landry, Lombardi, and Belichick go. A team who had a historically bad 2 decades. A team that hired Ben MacAdoo and Ray Handley as head coaches. A team who currently employs the lesser grandkid who skips the draft for a horse race.

And the GM with 2 rings was the worst mistake ever?
RE: RE: RE: Not drafting Reggie White  
RobCarpenter : 8/16/2019 11:13 am : link
In comment 14531878 bw in dc said:
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Imagine him and LT on the same D....



I guess no one saw this post?



We could have had Michael Irvin in the ‘88 draft instead of Eric Moore. Do you think Simms and Erhardt would have enjoyed that?


Two or three posters mentioned White vs Zimmerman after I did. That’s why I restated it.
Two SB's with Manning notwithstanding,  
GeofromNJ : 8/16/2019 11:42 am : link
IMO, the biggest mistake in recent years was trading for Eli instead of drafting Roethlisberger. We would have won three or four SB's with Ben. And we certainly would not have had losing seasons with Ben.
RE: Two SB's with Manning notwithstanding,  
McNally's_Nuts : 8/16/2019 11:53 am : link
In comment 14532072 GeofromNJ said:
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IMO, the biggest mistake in recent years was trading for Eli instead of drafting Roethlisberger. We would have won three or four SB's with Ben. And we certainly would not have had losing seasons with Ben.


You think Ben and his antics would have survived the NY media and spotlight?
RE: Two SB's with Manning notwithstanding,  
bw in dc : 8/16/2019 12:06 pm : link
In comment 14532072 GeofromNJ said:
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IMO, the biggest mistake in recent years was trading for Eli instead of drafting Roethlisberger. We would have won three or four SB's with Ben. And we certainly would not have had losing seasons with Ben.


Even I, the biggest Eli critic, find that hard to reconcile considering they both were part of two SB Ws.

But it is an interesting take in terms of projecting consistency. Roethlisberger is the better playmaker and overall QB. And so I don’t think it’s a stretch to suggest we’d be a more consistent team and knocking on the door more. Beyond that? Not sure you can say definitively more SBs...
RE: Two SB's with Manning notwithstanding,  
RobCarpenter : 8/16/2019 12:15 pm : link
In comment 14532072 GeofromNJ said:
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IMO, the biggest mistake in recent years was trading for Eli instead of drafting Roethlisberger. We would have won three or four SB's with Ben. And we certainly would not have had losing seasons with Ben.


We'd have had the same piss poor OL blocking for him.

Would anyone say the Giants have had a better surrounding cast  
arniefez : 8/16/2019 12:20 pm : link
than the Steelers during Eli and Ben's careers? I think if the Steelers had Eli instead of Ben they would have won 5 Super Bowls.
Why stop at five?  
bw in dc : 8/16/2019 12:26 pm : link
Why not 6, 7 or 8?
RE: RE: Two SB's with Manning notwithstanding,  
GeofromNJ : 8/16/2019 1:38 pm : link
In comment 14532120 RobCarpenter said:
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IMO, the biggest mistake in recent years was trading for Eli instead of drafting Roethlisberger. We would have won three or four SB's with Ben. And we certainly would not have had losing seasons with Ben.



We'd have had the same piss poor OL blocking for him.

Ben can overcome piss poor OL blocking with his strength and mobility. Eli can't.
RE: ...  
jcn56 : 8/16/2019 2:04 pm : link
In comment 14531925 christian said:
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Lol a GM who was previously in charge of building personnel and then oversaw an unprecedented 8 year run that included 2 championships and no losing seasons was the worst move ever?

Every new GM inherits players and chooses to build around them or change them.

With some of these posts you'd think there wasn't a GM from 2007 on, just Accorsi's empty rocking chair and a pile of of 1950s Colts photos.

A team who let Landry, Lombardi, and Belichick go. A team who had a historically bad 2 decades. A team that hired Ben MacAdoo and Ray Handley as head coaches. A team who currently employs the lesser grandkid who skips the draft for a horse race.

And the GM with 2 rings was the worst mistake ever?


It really makes you wonder.. then it's followed by the claim that they ended up leaving championships on the table.

Winning championships is hard. Winning 1 is tough - 2 in a ten year span? Having gone against the era's premiere dynasty in both contests? Unbelievable. The belief that a few tweaks to personnel would have resulted in more titles isn't just unreasonable, it's insane.

For all of his greatness, Peyton only had 2 as well. Would he have done better with another team's supporting cast? Maybe. If he didn't have to deal with Brady and Belichick in the same conference? Probably. Enough to guarantee he'd have 4 titles to his name? Absolutely not.
Not keeping Coughlin one more year  
TMS : 8/16/2019 3:40 pm : link
and giving him all that FA money to work with in rebuilding the team. Instead they stayed with Reese and Ross a total blunder. TC might have turned the team around with all that cash to spend and not those two wasting it again.
RE: Not keeping Coughlin one more year  
christian : 8/16/2019 3:49 pm : link
In comment 14532308 TMS said:
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and giving him all that FA money to work with in rebuilding the team. Instead they stayed with Reese and Ross a total blunder. TC might have turned the team around with all that cash to spend and not those two wasting it again.


How involved in personnel decisions do you believe Coughlin was during his tenure?

The year after Coughlin left and as a result of all that free agency money, the Giants mounted an 11 win season and fielded the 2nd ranked defense in the NFL. What do you think Coughlin would or should have done with that money?
RE: It's easy to say Belichick...  
DavidinBMNY : 8/16/2019 4:13 pm : link
In comment 14531064 bw in dc said:
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in hindsight. But let's be honest, no one saw what he did in New England coming. Nobody.
The funny thing with Bellichek, is the Browns actually fired him from being a head coach. No one remembers this?
RE: Like others have mentioned,  
DavidinBMNY : 8/16/2019 4:15 pm : link
In comment 14531776 Rick5 said:
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no way it was Reese. Reese played a part in two SB wins. You must be a younger fan. If you had lived through watching them during any part of the 1970s, no way Reese's name even comes up in the discussion.
Young is relative. I started in the 80's. So I'm old but not as old as you!
Guys this is an opinion question  
DavidinBMNY : 8/16/2019 4:18 pm : link
Thanks for everyone who shared one. For me there are lots to choose from. Love the passion #GoGiants!
It's easy to say Belichick...  
Torrag : 8/16/2019 5:19 pm : link
It's easy because it's obviously the correct answer.
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