Giants' owners: Despite 'extremely disappointing season,' Ben McAdoo has support

Giants' owners: Despite 'extremely disappointing season,' Ben McAdoo has support

Giants' owners: Despite 'extremely disappointing season,' Ben McAdoo has support

Giants co-owners John Mara and Steve Tisch issued a statement Monday saying while they are frustrated and disappointed with the Giants' 1-8 record, they won't evaluate the team and make any moves until the end of the season. "That's where my focus is right now", McAdoo said.

Sunday' 31-21 loss to the previously 0-9 San Francisco 49ers was the second straight game in which there were major holes in the secondary, this time allowing a 47-yard and 83-yard touchdown.

Giving up 31 points to a winless team starting a quarterback most had never heard of prior to this season may have been worse than the embarrassing 51 points they gave up to the now 7-2 Los Angeles Rams last week. But we are, and we are what our record says we are, and the film reflects it.

No, not the Super Bowl, but Groundhog Day, as the pair announced in a team statement that fans can expect (at least) seven more weeks of Ben McAdoo.

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It was not the only play where Jenkins' effort appeared questionable.

Until such a move is made (if at all), McAdoo is all about keeping the blinders on. Defensive tackle Damon Harrison, who left the 49er game with an ankle injury, shared his support via Twitter, calling McAdoo by his Beyonce-inspired nickname. "This is on the players playing better than what we are right now". "I don't know whether they happened or not, and if they are (true), I think it's kind of a weak way to voice your opinion".

And it has nothing to do with the game of football.

"We're in this situation; we're the reason we're in it", Manning said. "I did not see enough relentless play, attitude". Each of the remaining games are against teams either now in a playoff spot or a maximum of two games out.

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