Tiki: " I might still be playing if Coughlin wasn't coaching"

Page 2 of Originally Posted by ESPNGUY NFL players today don't like playing for a guy like Tom Coughlin... I don't really see what the big deal is... he is sayin... 20 comments | 442 Views | Go to page 1 →

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    Quote Originally Posted by ESPNGUY
    NFL players today don't like playing for a guy like Tom Coughlin... I don't really see what the big deal is... he is saying what half that team is thinking...

    Believe it or not Tom Coughlin ha eased up on his players. The players on the team now seem to enjoy playing for the Giants and even Tom Coughlin. There are some videos on Giants.com that show old Tom taking the team out for a night of bowling...looks like they had a lot of fun. I don't think anyone (aside from their former RB) hates him all that much.
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    How much money do these guys make, and someone who holds them accountable is a bad guy. Tough life I guess. I did my high school research paper on Vince Lombardi and don't remember any of them liking him at the time they were playing for him. In fact one of the players was asked if Lombardi was prejudiced and he replied "No he treats us all the same, like dogs. " Todays premadonna athletes just wear me out.

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    Now Tiki says he didn't say that. What a joke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HammerTime
    Now Tiki says he didn't say that. What a joke.

    Link?

    If he didn't say it, he didn't say it. I'll have to read something about it though. I guess we'll find out when the book comes out.

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    It was on ESPN.

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    Let it go Tiki....

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