Michael Strahan speaking Tuesday on the “Dan Patrick Show” on FOX Sports Radio:
[The Giants] should be ashamed of themselves [for the way they blew the lead and the game.] [They] got soft and relaxed. The end of the game was fitting because you don’t let a team back in when you’re up like that. The Giants have not finished. I don’t know if they know how to finish, and they need to learn how if they expect to do anything this year. You have to have a killer instinct. You have to finish teams.
I don’t understand how — I’m not saying he’s not on our side – but he’s talking to us one day and the next day you say that. If I’m in that situation I might just close my mouth and say nothing. He’s entitled to his opinion and I’m entitled to not really care.
I love him; he’s my guy. I wouldn’t be where I am today without his guidance and the things he taught me. I’m sure we lost a lot of games when Strahan was here, too,” Tuck said, clearly not kidding. He always sacked the quarterback every pass play, too.