It’s seemed like the writing was on the wall all season for coach Ben McAdoo. The New York Giants have suffered an abysmal season and became the laughing stock of the tri-state. Now, they are moving on from their coach and general manager Jerry Reese, showing how much displeasure they’ve had in their 2-10 season in the midst of controversy and injuries.
Serving as interim coach in McAdoo’s place will be Giants defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo.
Giants GM Reese was with the team since 1994 and won two Super Bowls with the franchise. McAdoo’s tenure didn’t last 23 years, but only a mere two. Last year he led New York to the playoffs. This season he benched Eli Manning, saw his entire wide receiver corps wiped out by injuries, suspended Janoris Jenkins and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie — then gave the San Francisco 49ers their first win of the season.
New York cleaned house today. Now, on search to the next regime.