The 2012 regular season has come to a close and what a year it was. Here’s a look at the most Unexpected (and expected) outcomes of the year. ————————————————————————————————————————————– Week 1: Tim Tebow starts ————————————————————————————————————————————– When the New York Jets took the field for their first play of the season, Tim Tebow was out on the field with the starters. Well, it’s not what you think. Tebow lined up as a receiver for the Jets’ first offensive play, but starting quarterback Mark Sanchez didn’t look his way. Tebow later joked, “I felt like I was open too.” All in all, Tebow appeared in only nine offensive plays and didn’t account for much. Oh, and he was booed off the field, […]
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Posted: Tuesday, September 18th, 2012 | NFL Playbook Staff Tags: New York Giants, NFL Playbook, Ahmad Bradshaw, Andre Brown, Eli Manning, football, Greg Schiano, Hakeem Nicks, New York Giants, NFL, NFL Playbook, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tom Coughlin
While the controversy surrounding Greg Schiano and Tom Coughlin stole the headlines from New York’s 41-34 win over Tampa, it was a new approach from the Giants’ offense that sparked their epic comeback and enabled Eli Manning to throw for a career-high 510 yards.
In any event, NFL players made a big splash during the ESPY awards and here’s a look at the NFL winners.
It was just 19 days ago that Giants coach Tom Coughlin was here at Lucas Oil Stadium, basking in the glory of his second Super Bowl championship in five seasons.
Coach Tom Coughlin is known for his superstitions, but he’s not alone on that in the Giants’ facility.
Don’t expect Giants RB Ahmad Bradshaw‘s foot injury to keep him out of this game. It’s the Super Bowl, after all.
Volunteers around the city haven’t failed to greet fans and media members with “Have a Super Day” during Super Bowl week, and that spirit of Midwestern hospitality has extended to the University of Indianapolis, the Giants’ practice home.
Tom Coughlin is ready to move on. The Giants haven’t played in 10 days, and that’s a lot of time for the media to rehash one game and ramp up for another. On Wednesday, he said he couldn’t imagine there was a question he hasn’t been asked.
Posted: Sunday, January 1st, 2012 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Jason La Canfora, Michael Lombardi, Bill Cowher, Billy Devaney, Jason Garrett, Jeff Fisher, Jim Caldwell, Jon Gruden, Kirk Ferentz, NFL GameDay Morning, Peyton Manning, Raheem Morris, Stan Kroenke, Steve Spagnuolo, Tom Coughlin
Monday could set the stage for significant transition around the NFL, with a laundry list of coaches and general managers resting on the hot seat. NFL Network’s Michael Lombardi and Jason La Canfora visited the “NFL GameDay Morning” set on Sunday to share what they’ve heard about the changes to come.
He can call it a comeback, but Tiki Barber might be find offers from NFL teams few and far between.
Posted: Friday, February 25th, 2011 | Frank Tadych Tags: 2011 NFL Scouting Combine, A.J. Green, Billy Devaney, Blaine Gabbert, Brian Xanders, Carson Palmer, Donovan McNabb, Gary Kubiak, Jake Locker, Jay Cutler, John Elway, Larry Fitzgerald, Leslie Frazier, Lovie Smith, Mark Ingram, Marvin Lewis, Mike Pouncey, Mike Shanahan, Plaxico Burress, Rick Smith, Rod Graves, Tim Tebow, Tom Cable, Tom Coughlin, Tyron Smith
And now for a few thoughts, observations and highlights as we wrap up Day 2 of the NFL Scouting Combine.
Giants coach Tom Coughlin is at the NFL Scouting Combine to scout new players, but reporters all wanted to know about an old one, WR Plaxico Burress, who’s scheduled to be released from jail in June.
At least one member of the Giants plans on confronting Antrel Rolle after his lastest shots taken at head coach Tom Coughlin.
Posted: Wednesday, December 29th, 2010 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Jeff Fisher, Gary Kubiak, Houston Texans, Jason La Canfora, Miami Dolphins, Michael Lombardi, NFL Total Access, Tennessee Titans, Tom Coughlin, Tony Sparano, Wade Phillips
NFL Network insiders Jason La Canfora and Michael Lombardi doubled up on the Around the League desk on Wednesday, taking a look at coaches considered to be on the hot seat.