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Time For The New York Giants To Hand The Ball To The Right Guy
Time For The New York Giants To Hand The Ball To The Right Guy
With the firing of general manager Dave Gettleman and head coach Joe Judge came the realization that the New York Giants football organization was a complete mess and it was time to get back to basics. New general manager Joe Schoen and his trusted head coach Brian Daboll should come to their own realization, no matter what anyone tells you, Big Blue had better start winning some football games quickly or the next hot-dynamic duo will be leading the Giants in 3 years. Translation: loyalty to any of the players of the past regime should go right out the window.
Is This Where the New York Giants Went Wrong?
Is This Where the New York Giants Went Wrong?
Giants fans will unquestionably point to multiple deficiencies on each side of the ball. If there are so many problems with the Giants, what happened? Well, let's look at the last playoff season for the Giants, 2016. There was a new head coach, Ben McAdoo. Tom Coughlin was politely sent packing by former general manager Jerry Reese after four dismal years in a row. Eli Manning was the quarterback in 2016. He threw for over 4000 yards and 26 touchdowns. Wide receiver Odell Beckham, Jr. owned over 1300 of those yards from Manning and had 10 of those touchdown receptions. To many, that was the end of the good times for Big Blue and their fans.
New York Giants Have Hit Rock Bottom or Have They?
New York Giants Have Hit Rock Bottom or Have They?
Yesterday's game for the New York Giants appeared to be as bad as it gets for a Big Blue fan. After what was a boring start of the game, I am not sure if I have ever seen a team play a worse 2nd Quarter, as the Giants did yesterday. The Los Angelas Rams scored 4 touchdowns in the second time-frame. One touchdown came off of a Daniel Jones fumble after being sacked. Another followed one of his interceptions, deep in New York territory. It was ugly.

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