How the Giants’ Biggest Strength Has Become Their Kryptonite

Posted: 27th November 2009 by David Geller in NFL
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For the past few seasons, the New York Giants' bread and butter has been their offensive line and pass rush. á Now, it appears that their bread has gone stale and the butter has been sitting in a busted refrigerator for over a year. á Tom Coughlin came to the Giants with an agenda. He started coaching in a different generation but knew that the key to winning laid with the big men. á A stellar pass rush coupled with a tone-setting offensive line could keep a team in any game, regardless of overall talent disparity. á Sure enough, Coughlin had achieved his goal merely one year into his tenure. After paving the way for a dominant Tiki Barber, the offensive line proved its legitimacy by allowing Brandon Jacobs, Ahmad Bradshaw, or Derrick Ward to achieve success of their own. á Additional ...

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