Several anonymous New York Giants players criticized coach Ben McAdoo in recent weeks and expressed their opinion that the second-year head coach had lost the team. Raanan reports the Giants recently sent their vice president of player evaluation to scout Rosen. "I'd like to help the players who have issues, but it's not an issue for the team".
On Thursday, Dan Graziano of ESPN.com cited a source who said the Giants won't make changes to the coaching staff or front office until the 2017 campaign ends. After all, even if they had success under a new coach, it still wouldn't be enough to get them into the postseason.
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"It's not an issue", he said. "When we have a setback like we had last week and fake news, I guess you can call it, like we had this week - some drama - I think it's good to go out and play the game you like to play". "We can handle it, we're strong". "I thought they did a great job".
"I'm going to keep my personal and private conversations personal and private", McAdoo said. It was the third-worst home loss in franchise history and the most points surrendered by the Giants since the 1964 regular season finale when they were mauled 52-20 by the Cleveland Browns. "I think players need to be comfortable being uncomfortable, and that's where we are right now". "Again, the way last week worked out, I think we're excited to go jump on a plane, go cross country and play in a ball game", McAdoo said. "He's ran us into the ground and people wonder why we've been getting got".
Linebacker Jonathan Casillas said it's like having a "rat in the locker room".
The Giants have always been one of the NFL's most stable franchises.