Giants' Antrel Rolle Says Tom Couglin Not to Blame for Struggles

b_250_0_16777215_00_images_obgrabber_2013-12_1557fd2623.jpgDoug Pensinger/Getty Images (EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J.) -- As the Giants face a losing season after their second shutout of the season, safety Antrel Rolle is defending his head coach, Tom Coughlin. "Coach Couglin can't take any of this blame. I won't allow it," Rolle said after the loss. "He can't coach heart. He can't make a player have passion about this game, and that's what we were lacking out here today."

On Sunday, the Giants suffered a 23-0 loss to the Seattle Seahawks. Eli Manning threw five interceptions, and it appeared at times that the team didn't put for a full effort during the game.

The Giants offense has just 181 yards of total offense. Through 14 games, the Giants are 28th in the NFL in rushing yards per game, and Manning leads the NFL in interceptions with 25.

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