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Giants owners in statement: 'Ben McAdoo is our head coach'

14 November 2017

The Giants (1-8) own the third-worst record in the National Football League and the NY tabloids all called for McAdoo's firing following a 31-21 loss to the previously winless San Francisco 49ers. From veterans like Joe Staley all the way to rookies like Kendrick Bourne, it was obvious that their first victory of 2017 carried serious weight.

Goodwin played for the Bills from 2013 until 2016. Beathard also scored his third rushing touchdown of the season on an 11-yard scramble in the fourth quarter. "He's very into it, and he has something to prove, for sure".

Much was made of the fact that beloved Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater was active for the first time in 672 days on Sunday as his team took on the Washington Redskins. "Because what you saw yesterday - and for that coaching staff and that head coach to let that guy stay on the field and play like that the whole game is an utter disgrace and is grounds for him to hit the pavement".

Keenum was far from flawless and tossed up two interceptions, but he remains such an able deputy that the Vikings don't need to rock the boat too much nor throw Bridgewater back in there before he is 100 per cent ready. Beathard was masterful on Sunday, leading the offense to 476 total yards and 31 points. Suspended two of our stars when we need them the most.

But it was not being without star running back Ezekiel Elliott that truly damaged Jason Garrett's men.

Injury Update: Standout guard Rodger Saffold left the game with an ankle injury and didn't return, but McVay said it's not serious.

The young lineman was abused by Atlanta's Adrian Clayborn as he ended the night with a career-high six sacks. "This is awesome. We're all going to celebrate and enjoy this win". The loss of Elliott stings, but if Smith is gone for a significant period of time, America's Team is in serious trouble. It was the 49ers' first win against a team that wasn't the bad pre-2017 Rams since December 6, 2015. "That's a tribute to Kyle (Shanahan) and the leadership group that he brought in".

On CBS Sports' "The NFL Today" pregame show, Boomer Esiason surprisingly picked Giants-49ers as the one game he was eager to watch Sunday.

Things are not going well for the New York Giants, head coach Ben McAdoo and general manager Jerry Reese.

It was the second straight week the Giants' defense did not show up.

Given the specter of "quitting" that has been lurking in the locker room during this 1-8 season, might McAdoo be inclined to yank a player who is lacking the "desire to finish"?

Do it now or at the end of the 2017 season, that is the question.

The good news for Cleveland?

Giants owners in statement: 'Ben McAdoo is our head coach'