What your view of sports and life would be if you had too many concussions
1) Because nobody really knows what Tom Coughlin is
In the span of a month he’s gone from a 7-7 coach who job was on the line to a potential Hall-of-Famer. During his tenure in New York, he’s gone from brutal authoritarian to the coach “players want to play for.” I don’t know which is true, and I don’t care. Frankly, I think he is secretly Mr. Miyagi.
2) Giants’ fans themselves, Part I
In other words, the group driving the dysmorphic vision behind rule #1. These are the people who were ready to storm the Giants’ “Bastille” six weeks ago demanding Coughlin’s head. Now they want that same head cast in bronze and sent to Canton.
3) Giants’ fans themselves, Part II
Dubsism World Headquarters are located just outside Indianapolis, and as we speak my town is filling up with Giants fans. Half of them look just like the above picture. The men look even worse.
4) They have a Manning
Granted, they have the one that bugs me the least, but now as previously mentioned, Dubsism is based in the smack dab middle of Colts’ Country, and right now we are making a our preparation to flee the impending Indiana civil war which will break out if the Colts cut Peyton. It’s just like those old re-runs of The Big Valley…Nick may have started all the fights, but his brother Jarrod always had to shoulder the burden.
5) Another Manning joke
Drunk Eli on the cover of a video game is only fitting since most gamers are messed up half the time anyway.
6) The “Helmet Catch”
Sure, this helped them beat the Patriots last time, but thanks to this David Tyree moment, we’ve all had to listen to Patriots fans moan about this for four years.
7) Yet Another Manning joke
Honestly, I can’t tell which is funnier; the “tigger” costume, the Spidey Speedo, or the combination of the two.
8) Still yet another Manning joke
I must admit, that really does resemble Eli throwing on the run.
9) Because I’m a Philadelphia Eagles Fan
Here’s four of my favorite moments in New York Giant history, all courtesy of my Philadelphia Eagles.