Giants' Brian Daboll wound tight after tie with 'star-studded' Eagles coming to town

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Brian Daboll wasn’t in a sharing mood on Monday.

He would not explain what his analytics team’s math was telling him about how Sunday’s 20-20 tie with Washington impacted the Giants’ playoff chances.

“We tied the game. We obviously would like to win the game,” Daboll said, one day after coaching for a tie in overtime.

He would not give details on why his offense’s second half was so much worse than its first half.

“They played and coached better than we did,” he said.

In what ways?


“Pretty much in every way,” Daboll said.

A reporter mistakenly asked if Daboll was blaming himself for the “loss.” Daboll didn’t correct the reporter’s characterization of the tie.

“I blame myself for every loss,” he said. “That’s part of the job.”

He wouldn’t share if he fines players like linebacker Tae Crowder and corner Rodarius Williams for complaining about playing time on social media, either.


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