T-Rock's Take on the Giants
Tom Coughlin tried to shield the players from criticism today by saying that the blame for the 0-5 start should be placed squarely on his own shoulders.
“What should happen is people should shift it to me,” he said of the blame.
Of course that’s not entirely true. And Spencer Paysinger, for one, knows it.
“Coach Coughlin, he’s one of the best coaches I’ve ever had,” Paysinger said....Read more »
Spencer Paysinger is curious to see what becomes of the 2013 Giants.
“I myself, and I know a bunch of guys on the team, we’ve never been on an 0-3 team,” the linebacker said. “I know it sounds crazy, but it’s kind of exciting to see what we’re made of. We’ve got 13 more games and we can’t hang our hats. We have to go out there and pretty much have a rebirth.”
Paysinger said he understands...Read more »
A bit of an abbreviated practice today, about an hour and a half, and most of it was off of cards once again. So here’s your abbreviated practice report:
The big news was that Henry Hynoski came off PUP, but he didn’t wind up doing much more than he had been. About the only difference was he was doing it with the rest of the team and not on a field to the side with the other shunned PUPpies....Read more »
Spencer Paysinger ran with the starting defense on the first day of training camp. He knows that may not last.
“They say that when it comes to the depth chart, it can change any day and that we dictate how the depth chart goes,” Paysinger said. “If one person has a great day, he might be going with the ones. If a person slips up a little bit, he might be going with the twos and threes. We...Read more »