Can the New York Giants season get any worse right now? They've started off the year 0-4. Their offense, defense, and special teams look atrocious. And nothing seems to be going their way right now. But the truth is that it can get worse in the coming weeks.
If the Giants continue to lose games, there's probably going to be a mutiny in the locker room. Whenever a good team goes down the tubes, it seems to happen. But at least one Giants player is not going to stand for it. That player is Giants defensive end Justin Tuck, who just threatened to punch Giants players in the mouths if they talk bad about their head coach Tom Coughlin moving forward.
"If anyone turns on our coach, I would be the first one to punch him in the mouth," he said matter-of-factly after the Giants lost to the Chiefs yesterday. "Put that in print. It better not happen, I know that."
Yikes. As bad as the season has gone so far for the G-Men, it's good to see that guys like Tuck still care. And who knows? Maybe it'll spark some change on the football field. The Giants have been bad, but so has the rest of the NFC East. So all they need to do is string together a few wins and they'll be right back in the mix.
[via ESPN New York]