The New York Giants took another blow to the chin this week thanks to a heartbreaking Thursday night loss to the Chicago Bears. The loss dropped the Giants to a eye popping 0-6 and now, internal conflicts are starting to arise and fingers are beginning to get pointed.
Case in point? The most recent comments from New York Giants defensive back Terrell Thomas who recently suggested that he doesn’t feel some of his teammates care about winning.
When asked specifically if everyone else was as upset as he was, Thomas had this:
“I think some are, I think some don’t care. Who knows? I know one thing, this team is going to fight and not going to turn against each other. Yeah. Everybody is different. Some people can lose a game and go about their day very easily. Others can’t sleep at night. I’m one of those guys. I didn’t get home until 4:30, and didn’t get to sleep until about 6. I was just laying in bed.”
Thomas does have a point, at least in regards to how people react differently to losing. For some, it’s nothing more than a job while for others, the mere thought of losing lights an inferno in their competitive spirit.
Being 0-6 is tough on any team, but for a franchise in the spotlight as much as the Giants, it’s a disaster waiting to happen.