Tom Coughlin's Biggest Mistakes of 2012

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Tom Coughlin's Biggest Mistakes of 2012
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It is hard to argue that Tom Coughlin is not one of the best coaches in the NFL. He has a career regular-season record of 151-121 spanning 17 seasons as a head coach in the league. His teams have made the playoffs nine times, compiling a 12-7 record in the postseason with two titles.
 
While Coughlin led the New York Giants this season to .500 or better record for the eighth straight time, he still made mistakes that contributed to Big Blue not making the playoffs. But, hey, even a top coach like Coughlin isn't perfect.

Here are three errors that the Giants head honcho probably wishes he could go back and fix.

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