It's time to go.
I hate to be the guy to say "he needs to be fired" but the New York Giants need to work their magic and fire Ben McAdoo.
You can blame Jerry Reese all you want, but all of you sh**talkers out there hating on Reese were also the ones who felt as though the Giants were Super Bowl contenders prior to the season.
The roster isn't the problem, it's their play-calling, their lack of focus, and their poor in-game strategy - all pointing to one man ...
Not only has the team dropped their first five games of the season, statistically, getting worse on offense from last season - which is tough to do - but it seems like the players are beginning to get sick of McAdoo's style of coaching.
Cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, apparently, wasn't happy with his playing time, and got into an "altercation" with McAdoo on Wednesday, leading to him leaving the facility and resulting in a suspension.
Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie had a convo with Ben McAdoo earlier this week. He came in today and decided to leave team. He's been suspended.
— Jordan Raanan (@JordanRaanan) October 11, 2017
As if the season couldn't get any worse, especially with the team's biggest star, Odell Beckham Jr., being ruled out for the year with an ankle injury, it seems like the Giants can't get out of their own way at the moment.
And it starts with the man in charge, the head coach.