Pay per Head Sportsbooks: Rolle said that the coach can’t be blamed

Brendan RodgeNew York GiantsThe New York Giants suffered a ninth defeat and had their first losing season since 2004 in their 23-0 loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, and after praising the effort he got from his special teams defense, Coughlin labeled his offense’s performance as “pathetic” – a point of view that some of the players and pay per head sportsbooks seemed to back up.

“Coach Coughlin can’t take any of this blame. I won’t allow it,” safety Antrel Rolle said. “He can’t coach heart. He can’t make a player have passion about this game, and that’s what we were lacking out there today.”

Then Rolle was told that Coughlin praised the effort made by the defense, and the player agreed.

“I think the defense came out and played extremely hard,” Rolle said.

Then he was asked if he was blaming the offense, and pay per head sportsbooks were wondering what he had to say about this.

“You all saw the game,” Rolle said. “I don’t have to say anything. This isn’t about pointing fingers, but you saw the game. You know what you saw.”

Price per head services saw that this season the Giants were only able to generate 181 yards while they were shut out for the second time. The team had 25 rushing yards on 14 carries, and QB Eli Mafning threw five interceptions, raising his league-leading total to 25 for the season. The Giants didn’t snap the ball in Seattle until there was 7:08 remaining in regulation. They were 1-for-10 on third downs, and pay per head sportsbooks saw that all day only one play that they ran gained 20 yards.

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“We didn’t block anybody, we didn’t make any plays and we didn’t create any opportunities for ourselves,” Coughlin said.

“We’re not taking anything away from their defense now — they’re No. 1 in the league for a reason. But there’s no excuse for what went on out there today.”