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heard his goodbye speech yesterday, a class gentleman, I didn't agree with some of his coaching philosophies, but he was a really sincere person, and I wish him the best in his next job....
 
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Time for a change...Time to restructure...

I wasn't really impressed by him as a coach...Too Bad Tuna went Awol and went to the "Boys".
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change is good........

he's had a good run in N.Y......time to move on....

wish him well....where ever he hangs his hat next..... :beerchug:
 

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He did have a good run and I think it is in both the Giant's and Fassel's best interest to part ways. He had a decent run in NY and was well liked amoung fans (except this year). It will be interesting to see who the Gmen will get for next year and if they can turn the team around like Parcells did with the cowgirls. Gmen definatly have the raw talent on the team, but they need someone who can put it together. They were predicted to go places this year and bombed big time. With the large amount of talent and decents stats for most players this year ( Collins with another solid year, tiki with 1000+ and toomer producing) it's tough to blame the bad season on anything other than discipline. They can move the ball until they get into the red zone and then play like they are in a Pee Wee league. Costly turnovers, penalties and other preventable mistakes have cost them the season and the blame falls on everyones shoulders, but most of all, Fassels for lack of discipline. For a team made up veterans, they are playing like rookies. I, as a huge Gmen fan, am actually hoping for 2 more losses because the season is already lost and a good draft pick could be very beneficial to a veteran team. Hopefully they will get a coach that has a lot to prove. There aren't many big names out there as of now. But Tom Coughlin who used to coach Carolina and Nick Saban who coached LSU under Belichek are, from what I hear, open to a coaching job in the NFL.
 
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