Today’s edition of The Mailbag on Giants.com.
What is the deal with
If it were only that easy. Even Eli admitted this week that
Now that the season is over, do you think the Giants should play some of their younger players like (David) Wilson, (Rueben) Randle and (Jayron) Hosley against the Eagles?
First of all, the season’s not over. Tom Coughlin has no patience for people with attitudes like your's. To him, every game is critically important and the regular-season against Philadelphia is no exception. It’s a division and it’s a chance to end the season on a high note after two ugly losses. And that doesn’t take into account the outside possibility the Giants have of making the playoffs. The Giants have been playing their young players. Wilson’s been an integral part of the offense the last three weeks (he started in Atlanta), Randle had a 43-yard catch in Baltimore and Hosley has started the last two games and six overall. But Coughlin’s won’t give them more playing time Sunday to get a better idea what he has for next year. His only concern is this season, and beating the Eagles.