"Tom Coughlin said the Giants reported to work Wednesday and he noticed something different about his team.
“I think they were a little quiet but I think they’ll be all right,’’ Coughlin said. “They’ll come around. They responded well in my meeting.’’
Asked how he snapped his team out of its quietness, Coughlin said “There is no spanning out. They responded very well. I give them a ‘Good morning, men’ and they [don’t] give me [much] and then I give it to them again and they jump up and down. They were fine with that.’’"
"Let me see if I get this straight: in a world where Belichick wrecked 2 marriages with 1 affair, Rex is grilled for being too into his wife?"
"Rex did not answer any of the five or so rapid-fire foot fetish questions, saying it is “a personal matter."
"The Jets are quickly becoming a David Lynch film, if they aren’t already. And here I thought the mid-90s Cowboys were a circus."
"They [NY Giants] should be ashamed of themselves. … They got soft and relaxed … I don’t know if they know how to finish."
— Michael Strahan - TheBlueScreen
"From Howard Eskin in Philly comes an interesting tidbit regarding the immediate aftermath of the Miracle in the New Meadowlands.
Per Eskin, who hosts a daily show on WIP 610 and who serves as the radio sideline reporter for Eagles games, Giants coach Tom Coughlin ordered punter Matt Dodge out of the locker room after Sunday’s game. Coughlin said that Dodge is “[n]o longer on this team.”
Eskin says that Giants players were under the clear impression that Dodge had been cut."
Report: Coughlin planned to dump Dodge, changed his mind - PFT