Justin Tuck is upset with former teammate Michael Strahan for comments made after the Giants' loss to the Eagles last Sunday afternoon. Strahan said the Giants were "soft" and should be "ashamed of themselves" for coughing up a 21-point lead against the Eagles. "Let me start out by saying that I love Stray to death," Tuck said. "Love him. He's my guy. I wouldn't be where I am today without his guidance and the things that he taught me. But I just don't understand how you can be up-talking us one day and then the next day say that. If I'm in that situation, I might just close my mouth and say nothing. But he's entitled to his opinion, and I'm entitled to not really care. I'll say this: We've all had times in our careers and times we've been on teams where things have went that way. I don't start pointing fingers." Tuck, who said he had heard only "glimmers" of Strahan's criticism until Thursday, said he has no plans to call his old teammate. "I am kind of upset," he said. "But me and Stray will talk about it when me and Stray talk about it."