So we keep hearing about the presence of Tom Coughlin in the Jacksonville organization and how he apparently owns BB, TB12 and the Pats. Yes his head-coached teams defeated the Patriots in '07 and '11, but that '07 Giants pass rush was as ferocious as I've ever seen, the Pats had almost no-running game, and barring a dropped INT from Asante Samuel and a miraculous helmet catch, that game probably goes the Pats way. In 2011 our defense probably had no business playing in the Super Bowl and Gronk was on one leg. Again that came down to a couple plays. I would hardly call this, "Coughlin owns the Patriots." These are players he recruited but he's no longer a coach and is not on the sidelines calling plays. How much effect does he really have on this Jacksonville team and this game compared to what a coach would? Because I'm just not really buying this narrative that's been conjured up.