The Giants struggled with the Eagles' no-huddle offense Sunday. Reporters asked coach Tom Coughlin how those struggles might apply against the Seahawks in Week 3. "They play up-tempo," Coughlin replied. "That's different, now. Up-tempo means they're snapping the ball at 20 to 18 (seconds left on the play clock), somewhere in there. It's different from what we're talking about here. This is really, there's no rush here. They're out over the ball, much as Indianapolis was. A lot of the gyrations were the same. They weren't, obviously, all the same, but a lot of them were as they signaled to one another what they were going to do. The way Seattle plays it is different." Check out the full Coughlin transcript here.