Boomer and Carton talk about the Giants elevating Ben McAdoo to the roll of head coach.
Tom Coughlin will not return as Giants head coach next season, James Kratch of the Newark Star-Ledger reports.
Coughlin coached the Giants for 12 seasons, leading them to the playoffs five times, including a pair of championship wins over the New England Patriots in Super Bowls XLII and XLVI in 2007 and 2011.
But after the Giants won their second title under Coughlin, they never again made a playoff appearance under him, missing the playoffs for four consecutive seasons and finishing with a losing record in each of the last three years.
Coughlin finished his tenure with a 102-90 record after Sunday’s 35-30 loss to the Eagles at MetLife Stadium. The defeat completed a 6-10 campaign for the Giants, who went 7-9 in 2013 and 6-10 in 2014.
Coughlin ends with a overall career record of 170-150. He was also the first head coach of the expansion franchise Jacksonville Jaguars from 1995-2002, leading them to two AFC Central titles, two AFC wild card berths and two AFC title games.
In 12 seasons with the Giants, Tom Coughlin has won two Super Bowls and three divisiion titles, reached the playoffs five times and posted a 102-89 record. However, the Giants last made the playoffs during his second Super Bowl season in 2011 and this year’s team is 6-9 and will post their third straight losing season.
According to Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports, Coughlin may resign on Monday.
Appearing on “The Herd” with Colin Cowherd Garafolo said: “This is a different Tom Coughlin, and I think he’s ready to move away. A lot of people are talking as if it’s an inevitability that on Monday he is going to resign. I am hearing that from a lot of people.”
Coughlin was non-committal Thursday when asked if he wants to return as coach in 2016.
“Do I want to come back? I don’t know if that’s a great question right now,” Coughlin said.
The Giants and Saints played a game on Sunday at in New Orleans that resembled a video game, as Drew Brees and Eli Manning set an NFL record with 13 touchdown passes between the two.
Sadly for the Giants, a late penalty by punter Brad Wing opened the door for new Saints kicker Kai Forbath to kick a 50-yard field goal at the buzzer to send New Orleans to a 52-49 win.
The loss drops the Giants to 4-4 on the season, and wastes an incredible outing by Manning, who threw six touchdowns and ended the day going 30-for-41 for 350 yards.
New Orleans native Odell Beckham Jr. was Manning’s favorite weapon, pulling in three of his six touchdown passes.
”Their offense is always high-powered. I thought it might be a day where we were going to have to score some points,” Manning said.
”I didn’t know how many it would take. Obviously, the offense did some good things.”
With the game tied late at 49, the Saints forced the Giants to punt from their 25 with 20 seconds to go.
Marcus Murphy returned Brad Wing’s punt 24 yards across the 50 and fumbled, but Saints Willie Snead recovered the ball.
Wing may have been better served punting the ball out of bounds. Instead, he tried to make a tackle, but was flagged for a facemask.
That penalty set up the winning kick on Forbath’s first field goal attempt with New Orleans, which signed him before last week’s victory at Indianapolis. It was the fifth winning field goal for the former Redskins kicker and tied his career long.
The win also spoiled a great comeback from Manning and the Giants, as the G-Men trailed at one point 42-28, but he rallied them to back to even at 42.
The Giants took the lead 49-42 when Trumaine McBride recovered a fumble and returned it 63 yards for a score with 7:23 left to play.
Brees threw his 7th score with 41 seconds to play, hitting C.J. Spiller down the middle for a 9-yard score to get the game to 49 all.
The Giants couldn’t run out the clock, causing Wing to have to punt and then the mistake on the facemask allowing the Saints to kick the winning field goal.
The Giants will play at the Buccaneers next Sunday.
Giants inactives: LB Jon Beason, G Bobby Hart, DT Louis Nix, LB JT Thomas, WR Victor Cruz, DE Odighizuwa, CB Amukamara
Saints inactives: LB Dannell Ellerbe, LB David Hawthorne, DL Tavaris Barnes, DL Kaleb Eulls, DE Obum Gwacham, QB Garrett Grayson, OT Andrus Peat
During a break in Giants practice on Wednesday, Jason Pierre-Paul removed the white gloves he was wearing, which revealed the damage inflicted to his right hand by the July 4th fireworks nightmare, Gary Myers of the New York Daily News reports.
After all the rumors and speculation, his mangled hand was visible.
When asked if he looked, cornerback Prince Amukamara said, “Of course. If you hear something like that, you’re always trying to peek. You don’t want to say, “show me,” or anything like that. I definitely tried to peek. I just try to be nosey.”
“Just never seen anything like that,” he said. “I’ve never seen a hand like that before.”
Sports Illustrated reports that Giants CB Prince Amukamara will be undergoing an MRI on Monday for his pec muscle, and that the corner is hoping to be able to be back at practice after that.
Giants CB Prince Amukamara will have an MRI next Monday on his injured pectoral muscle, reports Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News. He hopes to be cleared to practice afterwards.
Amukamara has already been ruled out of Sunday’s game against the New Orleans Saints.
The fifth-year Nebraska product has not played since Week 5, when he suffered a partial tear to his pectoral muscle during a win against the San Francisco 49ers. In the two games since, the Giants have given up 888 yards to opposing offenses.
|NEW YORK GIANTS|
|DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE|
|Wednesday||CB Prince Amukamara (pectoral), LB Jon Beason (ankle), WR Victor Cruz (calf), DE Owamagbe Odighizuwa (hamstring), G Geoff Schwartz (ankle), LB J.T. Thomas (ankle)|
|LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE|
|Wednesday||LB Uani’ Unga (neck)|
|FULL PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE|
|Wednesday||WR Odell Beckham (hamstring)|
|NEW ORLEANS SAINTS|
|DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE|
|Wednesday||T Terron Armstead (knee), WR Marques Colston (not injury related), LB Dannell Ellerbe (hip), G Jahri Evans (not injury related), LB David Hawthorne (hamstring), G Mike McGlynn (not injury related), T Andrus Peat (knee), DT Kevin Williams (not injury related)|
|LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE|
|Wednesday||CB Keenan Lewis (hip)|
|FULL PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE|
|Wednesday||CB Damian Swann (concussion)|
NEW YORK GIANTS (4-3) AT NEW ORLEANS SAINTS (3-4)
|STREAKS||3 of past 4|
|COACHES VS. OPP.||Tom Coughlin: 3-4||Sean Payton: 3-0|
|LAST WEEK||W 27-20 vs. Cowboys||W 27-21 at Colts|
|LAST GAME||12/9/12: Saints 27 at Giants 52. New York QB Eli Manning throws for 259 yards & 4 TDs. Giants WR Victor Cruz records 121 rec. yards & TD & RB David Wilson adds 2 rushing TDs.|
|LAST GAME AT SITE||11/28/11: Saints 49, Giants 24. New Orleans QB Drew Brees throws for 363 yards & 4 TDs. Saints TE Jimmy Graham & WR Lance Moore combine for 138 rec. yards & 4 TDs.|
|BROADCAST||FOX (12:00 PM CT): Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Laura Okmin (field reporter). SIRIUS: 133 (NYG), 112 (NO). XM: 230 (NO).|
|PASSING||Manning: 168-259-1776-11-4-92.4||Brees: 171-253-1871 (3C)-8-4-93.2|
|RUSHING||Jennings: 71-262-3.7-1||Ingram: 102-450-4.4-5 (T2L)|
|RECEIVING||Beckham: 42-524-12.5-4||Cooks: 35-444-12.7-1|
|SACKS||Moore: 3||Jordan: 6 (T2C)|
|INTs||3 tied: 2||4 tied: 1|
|PUNTING||Wing: 43.8||Morstead: 45.6|
|KICKING||Brown: 60 (2C) (15/16 PAT; 15/15 FG)||Hocker: 38 (11/12 PAT; 9/13 FG)|
GIANTS: QB ELI MANNING is from New Orleans. In past 2 meetings, has 100.9 rating. In last game at NO, passed for 406 yards. Had 4 TDs in last meeting. Has started 174 consecutive games, longest active streak in NFL…RB ORLEANS DARKWA had 15-yard TD run last week. RB SHANE VEREEN had career-long 39-yard run in Week 7…WR-KR DWAYNE HARRIS had GW 100-yard KR-TD last week, tied for longest KR-TD in team history. WR ODELL BECKHAM JR. is from New Orleans & played at LSU. Has 16 TDs in 19 career games. WR RUEBEN RANDLE had season-best 44-yard catch last week. In past 2 meetings, WR VICTOR CRUZ has 17 catches for 278 yards (139 per game) & 3 TDs. CB DOMINIQUE RODGERS-CROMARTIE had 2 INTs last week, incl. 58-yard TD. Has 7 career TDs (6 INTs, 1 FR) & averages 56.9 yards per TD. Had 28-yard INT-TD vs. NO on 10/10/10 (with Az). Rookie S LANDON COLLINS & LB UANI ’UNGA tie for team lead with 42 tackles…SAINTS: QB DREW BREES has won 4 of 5 starts vs. NYG & has 109.9 rating. With NO, is 2-0 at home vs. NYG & has 143.8 rating with 732 yards (366 per game), 8 TDs & 0 INTs. Aims for 3rd in row at home vs. NYG with 350+ yards & 4+ TDs with 0 INTs. Since joining NO in 2006, leads NFL with 45,556 yards & 324 TDs…RB MARK INGRAM rushed for 143 yards & TD last week. Is 3rd among NFL RBs with 685 scrimmage yards. Father, Mark, played WR for NYG from 1987-92…TE BENJAMIN WATSON has 222 rec. yards (74 per game) & 2 TDs in past 3. In 2 home games vs. NYG, WR MARQUES COLSTON has 11 catches for 244 yards (122 per game) & TD. WR BRANDIN COOKS leads team with 35 catches & WR WILLIE SNEAD tops club with 461 rec. yards…Rookie LB STEPHONE ANTHONY leads team with 45 tackles & had 1st career INT last week. LB HAU’OLI KIKAHA ties for NFL rookie lead with 4 sacks. DE CAMERON JORDAN has 5 sacks, FF & FR in past 2. Has 15 sacks in past 18 at home.
It sounds like the Giants and defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul have finally gotten a deal done, as various reports say the G-Men and JPP have agreed on a one-year deal.
Here’s the info from PFT:
The contract ends a prolonged staredown between the two sides. Pierre-Paul had to pass physicals before the contract could be done, and it’s assumed that he’ll need to continue to work with the team’s medical staff before he can play; Pierre-Paul lost a finger in the fireworks accident.
Pierre-Paul, who had 12.5 sacks last season and has 42 in his five-year Giants career, would have made $870,000 per week under the franchise tag.
JPP and the Giants have reached agreement on a new, 1-year deal and it will be finalized tonight (confirming what @rapsheet just reported).
— Ralph Vacchiano (@RVacchianoNYDN) October 27, 2015