The 2010 New York Giants: Season Ending Awards That Won't Give Them The Playoffs

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The 2010 New York Giants: Season Ending Awards That Won't Give Them The Playoffs
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The New York Giants once again failed to make the playoffs in 2010.

Despite a 10-6 record, late season losses to division rival Philadelphia and Green Bay put the Giants in the back seat of the NFC Wild Card race.

Fans were yelling for coaching changes on both offense and special teams.

Jerry Reese and management have made it clear that head coach Tom Coughlin will stay for at least one more year. Coughlin has also said that he does not intend to make any changes to his coaching staff. He may not have a say in some of his staff changes. 

Offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride has been rumored to be a candidate for the head coaching gig at Connecticut.

The Giants new defensive coordinator, Perry Fewell, has also been rumored for head coaching jobs around the NFL with Carolina, San Francisco, and Miami.

It would be devastating for the Giants to lose their second great defensive coordinator in three years to another NFL team. But I digress.

The Giants still had one of the better teams in the NFL in 2010-11. And with the success comes hardware. Here are the end of season awards for the New York Giants.

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