Giants coach Tom Coughlin upset with team's offensive performance

Monday August 18th, 2014

New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin isn't too impressed with the way his team has looked through its first three preseason games.

Even though the Giants scored 27 points in the fourth quarter of their come-from-behind win against the Indianapolis Colts on Saturday, Coughlin was frustrated with his first-team offense.

"We are realists, and looking at what looked to be a very poor performance in the first half with the 1s that didn't really get a lot better once the 2s came in," Coughlin said to "It wasn't impressive at all. We didn't get a whole lot done. There's no production. There's nothing to look at from a production standpoint."

Giants quarterback Eli Manning, who led the NFL in interceptions last season, has just 49 passing yards and no touchdown passes in three games.

"I don't worry too much," Manning said to the New York Daily News. "Obviously you want to go out there and you want to play well. You feel like you should be able to find completions and do things well. But you can't get worried at this point in time."

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