New York Giants: Former Player Says Ben McAdoo Is 'Not a Head Coach,' Has a 'Weak Identity'

November 14, 2017

SANTA CLARA, CA - NOVEMBER 12:  Head coach Ben McAdoo of the New York Giants looks on against the San Francisco 49ers during their NFL game at Levi's Stadium on November 12, 2017 in Santa Clara, California.  (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
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As if we needed any more evidence to confirm that Ben McAdoo was unfit to be a head coach, it seems like the situation will just continue to get worse until this man is shown the door.

Greg Jennings, who was on the Green Bay Packers for seven years with McAfool, was incredibly blunt when answering questions regarding McAdon't being a head coach.

"He is not a head coach," said Jennings, when on Colin Cowherd's show on Monday.

"He's brilliant, smart, he's going to have his guys ready every week. ... He can prepare a unit. But to prepare a team? ... he's a better position coach, better offensive coordinator, than he is a head coach."

"He has a weak identity."

Holy shit, Jennings didn't hold back one bit.

Now, listening to his style and tone during his sit-down with Cowherd, nothing he said seemed malicious (click here to listen, start at 30:25).

But how the hell could you ignore an opinion like that, especially from somehow who was around McApanda for so many years?

Jeez.

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