The Giants offense has already proven it will be explosive this season. That has been borne out…
Sweatman has Giant STs playing at high level.
And he takes his work very seriously, as you would expect of an ex-Marine who served four years of active duty as an infantry officer. And after his duty was done he joined the Marines Corps Reserve and completed 26 years of service before retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel. Sweatman's three sons, Tom, Chris and Dan, all served as officers in the military. "Mike's very meticulous and organized because of his military background," Giants tight ends coach Mike Pope said. "He does things in an orderly fashion and he's succeeded wherever he's gone. He's very respected in this league, the consummate special teams coach." The Giants have long suffered on special teams, a problem forever caught on video when Trey Junkin's bad snap and holder Matt Allen's snap reaction cost them an NFC Wild Card Game in San Francisco in 2002. After the Giants hired him to coach, Tom Coughlin instinctively turned to Sweatman, who'd spent the previous three years in...
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