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Coughlin names Jacobs starter over Bradshaw

Posted on: November 24, 2010 11:24 am
Edited on: November 24, 2010 12:08 pm
 
Posted by Will Brinson

The New York Giants have had some problems the last two weeks, and plenty of folks are wondering if it's time to panic for their season, especially considering the injuries they're dealing with. Tom Coughlin might be one of those people too, since he just yanked Ahmad Bradshaw out as starter and replaced him with Brandon Jacobs.

Bradshaw's had fumbling problems all year long -- he's currently tied for the NFL league lead with six, and he hasn't topped 100 yards rushing since Week 7 against Dallas.

Jacobs has obviously had success as a starting running back in the NFL before -- remember when Coughlin yanked him for Bradshaw in the preseason this year? -- and while Bradshaw has looked great at times, he just hasn't been able to hold onto the rock.

So it's probably a smart move -- give Jacobs, who has yet to top 15 carries in a game this season, some more responsibility and at the same time demand that Bradshaw learn to hold onto the ball.

After all, with the dearth of wide receivers on the Giants roster right now, it's kind of imperative that they run the ball well, otherwise they'll end up with a non-dimensional offense.

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Coughlin names Jacobs starter over Bradshaw

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Since: Oct 2, 2007
Posted on: November 26, 2010 6:01 pm
 

Coughlin names Jacobs starter over Bradshaw

Give it up Pats fans! You lost the best season any NFL team could have had because the Giants on that night were a better team!  There has never been a coach in the history of the NFL who has not shaken the other coaches hand win or lose except the Hoodie, just a big baby is what he is, and when was the last time the Pats won a super bowl? There time has come and gone. And to refresh your memory the Giants have a couple of rings themselves! You can lick that asterisk because in the end,luck or no luck the G-Men won that super Bowl, bottom line! Oh and lets not forget that the Hoodie and that Pats were caught cheating!   



Since: Feb 7, 2007
Posted on: November 26, 2010 8:57 am
 

Coughlin names Jacobs starter over Bradshaw

I REALLY DONT CARE WHAT YOU ALL SAY BUT THE GIANTS ARE NO GOOD JUST LIKE THE STINKKES OF BASEBALL OVERPAID PLAYERS AND TRYING TO BUY CHAMPIONSHIPS LMFAO!!!!!!!!!!!!REALLY

Are you serious pal, or just retarded?????  The Giants organization is one of THE best run organizations in all of sports.  They don't BUY championships, they develop their players through the draft (and they draft VERY well) and go from there.  What the hell team are you watching? 
If you want to talk about buying championships and over-paying players....go talk to Jerry Jackass Jones, Dan The Moron Snyder, or Al "What's my name again?" Davis. 

Man, are you that naive or what?



Since: Sep 17, 2007
Posted on: November 25, 2010 7:56 pm
 

Coughlin names Jacobs starter over Bradshaw

I can see why you're sore about the handshake thing. Maybe if the cheater hoodie shook Coughlin's hand some of his greatness would have rubbed off on it. Or he could have held out his cheating hand for Coughlin to kiss his rings. All three of them. Kiss them right on the diamond asterisk. Hahahaha.




Since: Oct 2, 2007
Posted on: November 25, 2010 5:56 pm
 

Coughlin names Jacobs starter over Bradshaw

so bronson and dew are new york haters but give it up, the Sox spend almost as much money but can't win as much as the teams from NY, the Yankees are the best baseball team ever,period! Tom Brady is great and the Pats organization is run very well but the Hoodie is a jackass!



Since: Oct 2, 2007
Posted on: November 25, 2010 5:47 pm
 

Coughlin names Jacobs starter over Bradshaw

"You play to win the game! " The Giants won and thats the bottom line and that cheater Hoodie didn't even have the decency to stay on the field to shake Coughlin's hand! Oh and lets not forget the Immaculate Reception by the Steelers against the Raiders to win that super bowl! Stop the whining, the G-men won and thats that!


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