Yesterday's practice was supposed to end with a two-minute drill. It lasted only a little longer than two seconds.
Eli Manning hit tight end Brandon Myers on a seam route with a pass that went about 40 yards in the air. Myers then ran toward the end zone. He likely would have been tackled by Stevie Brown in normal game conditions but wound up scoring.
Tom Coughlin was not happy that his drill turned into a one-act play and ended practice early.
"That's not supposed to happen," he said. "We're trying to do the drill. I'm trying to do the drill. Get all we can out of the drill. But we'll do it again."
They didn't do it again Sunday, though. Coughlin certainly could have lined the teams up for a second attempt. But he chose not to.
"There's two sides to that," he said. "What is the objective? The objective is to get the ball to a certain point for a field goal. They got it there. So now what am I going to do, change the objective? Change the game? Change the rules? I don't usually do that."