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They ’re all hired to be fired, head coaches and general managers — and Ben McAdoo and Jerry Reese are halfway toward firing themselves.

A 1-7 record, of course, is more than half bad.

A 2-14 mark would be historically bad.

Tick … tick … tick.

It looks over, and it feels over.

And if Rams 51, Giants 17 is the product Giants fans are forced to endure, it should be over.

Regime change isn ’t only in the air, it is howling across East Rutherford.

51-17!

“I think it speaks for itself, doesn ’t it?” John Mara told N.J.com afterward.

Son of Wellington was lucky he wasn ’t alive to see Bears 56, Giants 7 at the Polo Grounds, when the Giants defense made Sid Luckman look like Jared Goff.

The Giants have turned MetLife Stadium into MetDeath Stadium … flocks of boobirds and empty seats everywhere.

This will be remembered as the straw that broke Mara and Steve Tisch ’s back.

Shameful. Disgraceful. Unacceptable.

So much for that bye-week self-scout, huh?

“Embarrassing isn ’t a word I ’d use,” McAdoo said. “We ’re disappointed.”

It ’s a word Landon Collins and plenty of others would use.

“I would definitely use the word embarrassing, yeah,” Collins said.

Bobby HartCharles Wenzelberg/New York Post

Message to Mara and Steve Tisch: Get your GM (Dave Gettleman) and head coach (Mike Smith) short lists ready.

Maybe the Giants can manage a win on the road over the 0-9 C.J. Beathard 49ers in Week 10 … and maybe the Drew Stanton Cardinals. But who else can anyone expect them to beat?

The Chiefs? The Eagles? The Cowboys? The Raiders and Redskins are beatable, but these Giants can lose to anyone on Any Given Sunday or Any Given Thanksgiving night.

Going 0-8 at MetDeath Stadium is absolutely on the table.

You better believe that would get the owners ’ full attention.

Going 2-14, even 3-13 would mark a historic collapse, and force a reluctant ownership to think long and hard about the merits of continuity and stability.

And the benefits of cleaning house.

If Reese and McAdoo are tied at the hip, you either keep them both or fire them both.

Not a Photoshop of a Giants fan.Charles Wenzelberg/New York Post

Ask Rex Ryan how he enjoyed his time with John Idzik. Ask Idzik how he liked being forced to inherit Ryan.

Firing them both appears inevitable now.

And appropriate.

McAdoo, asked if he was concerned about his situation, said: “Not at all.”

Asked why he wasn ’t, McAdoo said: “My situation doesn ’t have anything to do with it. We have to get ready to play a ballgame next week, that ’s counterproductive.”

Reminded that it reflects on him, McAdoo said: “Everything falls back on my shoulders.”

Reese, losing his gamble by neglecting the offensive line as he did, failed to protect Eli Manning.

McAdoo has failed to help Manning light up the scoreboard. Even when Odell Beckham Jr. was healthy.

The defense? It may know the meaning of the word quit.

Landon CollinsCharles Wenzelberg/New York Post

It certainly doesn ’t know the meaning of the word cover.

Bad News Giants. Most points allowed at home since 1964.

“We lost some guys, I didn ’t think it was gonna be this bad though,” Collins said.

There have been two Super Bowl championships since 2008, so you won ’t see any “15 Years Of Lousy Football, We ’ve Had Enough” banners flying above MetLife Stadium.

The message from Giants fans now:

Eight Weeks Of Lousy Football, We ’ve Had Enough.

If it isn ’t the play-calling, it ’s insubordination. If it isn ’t insubordination, it ’s injuries. If it isn ’t injuries, it ’s not enough toughness or smarts or pride.

Perhaps fans should be allowed to watch McAdoo ’s practices, where the team supposedly is at its sharpest.

Ownership has lauded McAdoo for his intelligence and his energy, but his battered team looks like it has tuned him out.

“Keep playing, keep fighting, keep coaching,” McAdoo said.

see also

Giants report card: This defense is a disgrace

Giants report card: This defense is a disgrace

Grades from the Giants ’ 51-17 loss to the Rams on… On a day when young franchise quarterbacks Goff and the Eagles ’ Carson Wentz already had thrown three TD passes each in the first half, and finished with four, Manning (20-for-36, 220 yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT) had lost his third fumble of the season, overthrown Sterling Shepard on what should have been a 75-yard TD and made a terrible decision by trying to force a slant to Roger Lewis and watched it intercepted by Trumaine Johnson. And soon would put too much air under the ball and overthrow Tavarres King in the back of the end zone at the end of the half before Geno Smith mopped up later than he should have.

Manning, of course, has never missed a game and wants to play on. But Davis Webb will begin warming up in the bullpen.

“We ’ll take a look and see if there ’s any players that we can give reps to that have a chance to be a part of our future,” McAdoo said.

Does that include the quarterback? “That includes everybody,” McAdoo said.

This play summed up the state of the New York Football Giants: Third-and-33, Robert Woods takes a screen for a 52-yard TD.

Or perhaps you prefer this one: A 67-yard Goff touchdown to Sammy Watkins chased futilely by Collins.

Oh, and a timeout 1:21 into the game.

Oh, and a Rams blocked punt leading 41-10.

McAdoo versus Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips? No contest.

Steve Spagnuolo versus Rams coach Sean McVay? No contest.

Rams versus Giants? No contest.

The Giants blew themselves up Sunday for all to see.

BLOW IT UP.

They ’re all hired to be fired, head coaches and general managers — and Ben McAdoo and Jerry Reese are halfway toward firing themselves.

A 1-7 record, of course, is more than half bad.

A 2-14 mark would be historically bad.

Tick … tick … tick.

It looks over, and it feels over.

And if Rams 51, Giants 17 is the product Giants fans are forced to endure, it should be over.

Regime change isn ’t only in the air, it is howling across East Rutherford.

51-17!

“I think it speaks for itself, doesn ’t it?” John Mara told N.J.com afterward.

Son of Wellington was lucky he wasn ’t alive to see Bears 56, Giants 7 at the Polo Grounds, when the Giants defense made Sid Luckman look like Jared Goff.

The Giants have turned MetLife Stadium into MetDeath Stadium … flocks of boobirds and empty seats everywhere.

This will be remembered as the straw that broke Mara and Steve Tisch ’s back.

Shameful. Disgraceful. Unacceptable.

So much for that bye-week self-scout, huh?

“Embarrassing isn ’t a word I ’d use,” McAdoo said. “We ’re disappointed.”

It ’s a word Landon Collins and plenty of others would use.

“I would definitely use the word embarrassing, yeah,” Collins said.

Bobby HartCharles Wenzelberg/New York Post

Message to Mara and Steve Tisch: Get your GM (Dave Gettleman) and head coach (Mike Smith) short lists ready.

Maybe the Giants can manage a win on the road over the 0-9 C.J. Beathard 49ers in Week 10 … and maybe the Drew Stanton Cardinals. But who else can anyone expect them to beat?

The Chiefs? The Eagles? The Cowboys? The Raiders and Redskins are beatable, but these Giants can lose to anyone on Any Given Sunday or Any Given Thanksgiving night.

Going 0-8 at MetDeath Stadium is absolutely on the table.

You better believe that would get the owners ’ full attention.

Going 2-14, even 3-13 would mark a historic collapse, and force a reluctant ownership to think long and hard about the merits of continuity and stability.

And the benefits of cleaning house.

If Reese and McAdoo are tied at the hip, you either keep them both or fire them both.

Not a Photoshop of a Giants fan.Charles Wenzelberg/New York Post

Ask Rex Ryan how he enjoyed his time with John Idzik. Ask Idzik how he liked being forced to inherit Ryan.

Firing them both appears inevitable now.

And appropriate.

McAdoo, asked if he was concerned about his situation, said: “Not at all.”

Asked why he wasn ’t, McAdoo said: “My situation doesn ’t have anything to do with it. We have to get ready to play a ballgame next week, that ’s counterproductive.”

Reminded that it reflects on him, McAdoo said: “Everything falls back on my shoulders.”

Reese, losing his gamble by neglecting the offensive line as he did, failed to protect Eli Manning.

McAdoo has failed to help Manning light up the scoreboard. Even when Odell Beckham Jr. was healthy.

The defense? It may know the meaning of the word quit.

Landon CollinsCharles Wenzelberg/New York Post

It certainly doesn ’t know the meaning of the word cover.

Bad News Giants. Most points allowed at home since 1964.

“We lost some guys, I didn ’t think it was gonna be this bad though,” Collins said.

There have been two Super Bowl championships since 2008, so you won ’t see any “15 Years Of Lousy Football, We ’ve Had Enough” banners flying above MetLife Stadium.

The message from Giants fans now:

Eight Weeks Of Lousy Football, We ’ve Had Enough.

If it isn ’t the play-calling, it ’s insubordination. If it isn ’t insubordination, it ’s injuries. If it isn ’t injuries, it ’s not enough toughness or smarts or pride.

Perhaps fans should be allowed to watch McAdoo ’s practices, where the team supposedly is at its sharpest.

Ownership has lauded McAdoo for his intelligence and his energy, but his battered team looks like it has tuned him out.

“Keep playing, keep fighting, keep coaching,” McAdoo said.

see also

Giants report card: This defense is a disgrace

Giants report card: This defense is a disgrace

Grades from the Giants ’ 51-17 loss to the Rams on… On a day when young franchise quarterbacks Goff and the Eagles ’ Carson Wentz already had thrown three TD passes each in the first half, and finished with four, Manning (20-for-36, 220 yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT) had lost his third fumble of the season, overthrown Sterling Shepard on what should have been a 75-yard TD and made a terrible decision by trying to force a slant to Roger Lewis and watched it intercepted by Trumaine Johnson. And soon would put too much air under the ball and overthrow Tavarres King in the back of the end zone at the end of the half before Geno Smith mopped up later than he should have.

Manning, of course, has never missed a game and wants to play on. But Davis Webb will begin warming up in the bullpen.

“We ’ll take a look and see if there ’s any players that we can give reps to that have a chance to be a part of our future,” McAdoo said.

Does that include the quarterback? “That includes everybody,” McAdoo said.

This play summed up the state of the New York Football Giants: Third-and-33, Robert Woods takes a screen for a 52-yard TD.

Or perhaps you prefer this one: A 67-yard Goff touchdown to Sammy Watkins chased futilely by Collins.

Oh, and a timeout 1:21 into the game.

Oh, and a Rams blocked punt leading 41-10.

McAdoo versus Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips? No contest.

Steve Spagnuolo versus Rams coach Sean McVay? No contest.

Rams versus Giants? No contest.

The Giants blew themselves up Sunday for all to see.

BLOW IT UP.

They ’re all hired to be fired, head coaches and general managers — and Ben McAdoo and Jerry Reese are halfway toward firing themselves.

A 1-7 record, of course, is more than half bad.

A 2-14 mark would be historically bad.

Tick … tick … tick.

It looks over, and it feels over.

And if Rams 51, Giants 17 is the product Giants fans are forced to endure, it should be over.

Regime change isn ’t only in the air, it is howling across East Rutherford.

51-17!

“I think it speaks for itself, doesn ’t it?” John Mara told N.J.com afterward.

Son of Wellington was lucky he wasn ’t alive to see Bears 56, Giants 7 at the Polo Grounds, when the Giants defense made Sid Luckman look like Jared Goff.

The Giants have turned MetLife Stadium into MetDeath Stadium … flocks of boobirds and empty seats everywhere.

This will be remembered as the straw that broke Mara and Steve Tisch ’s back.

Shameful. Disgraceful. Unacceptable.

So much for that bye-week self-scout, huh?

“Embarrassing isn ’t a word I ’d use,” McAdoo said. “We ’re disappointed.”

It ’s a word Landon Collins and plenty of others would use.

“I would definitely use the word embarrassing, yeah,” Collins said.

Bobby HartCharles Wenzelberg/New York Post

Message to Mara and Steve Tisch: Get your GM (Dave Gettleman) and head coach (Mike Smith) short lists ready.

Maybe the Giants can manage a win on the road over the 0-9 C.J. Beathard 49ers in Week 10 … and maybe the Drew Stanton Cardinals. But who else can anyone expect them to beat?

The Chiefs? The Eagles? The Cowboys? The Raiders and Redskins are beatable, but these Giants can lose to anyone on Any Given Sunday or Any Given Thanksgiving night.

Going 0-8 at MetDeath Stadium is absolutely on the table.

You better believe that would get the owners ’ full attention.

Going 2-14, even 3-13 would mark a historic collapse, and force a reluctant ownership to think long and hard about the merits of continuity and stability.

And the benefits of cleaning house.

If Reese and McAdoo are tied at the hip, you either keep them both or fire them both.

Not a Photoshop of a Giants fan.Charles Wenzelberg/New York Post

Ask Rex Ryan how he enjoyed his time with John Idzik. Ask Idzik how he liked being forced to inherit Ryan.

Firing them both appears inevitable now.

And appropriate.

McAdoo, asked if he was concerned about his situation, said: “Not at all.”

Asked why he wasn ’t, McAdoo said: “My situation doesn ’t have anything to do with it. We have to get ready to play a ballgame next week, that ’s counterproductive.”

Reminded that it reflects on him, McAdoo said: “Everything falls back on my shoulders.”

Reese, losing his gamble by neglecting the offensive line as he did, failed to protect Eli Manning.

McAdoo has failed to help Manning light up the scoreboard. Even when Odell Beckham Jr. was healthy.

The defense? It may know the meaning of the word quit.

Landon CollinsCharles Wenzelberg/New York Post

It certainly doesn ’t know the meaning of the word cover.

Bad News Giants. Most points allowed at home since 1964.

“We lost some guys, I didn ’t think it was gonna be this bad though,” Collins said.

There have been two Super Bowl championships since 2008, so you won ’t see any “15 Years Of Lousy Football, We ’ve Had Enough” banners flying above MetLife Stadium.

The message from Giants fans now:

Eight Weeks Of Lousy Football, We ’ve Had Enough.

If it isn ’t the play-calling, it ’s insubordination. If it isn ’t insubordination, it ’s injuries. If it isn ’t injuries, it ’s not enough toughness or smarts or pride.

Perhaps fans should be allowed to watch McAdoo ’s practices, where the team supposedly is at its sharpest.

Ownership has lauded McAdoo for his intelligence and his energy, but his battered team looks like it has tuned him out.

“Keep playing, keep fighting, keep coaching,” McAdoo said.

see also

Giants report card: This defense is a disgrace

Giants report card: This defense is a disgrace

Grades from the Giants ’ 51-17 loss to the Rams on… On a day when young franchise quarterbacks Goff and the Eagles ’ Carson Wentz already had thrown three TD passes each in the first half, and finished with four, Manning (20-for-36, 220 yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT) had lost his third fumble of the season, overthrown Sterling Shepard on what should have been a 75-yard TD and made a terrible decision by trying to force a slant to Roger Lewis and watched it intercepted by Trumaine Johnson. And soon would put too much air under the ball and overthrow Tavarres King in the back of the end zone at the end of the half before Geno Smith mopped up later than he should have.

Manning, of course, has never missed a game and wants to play on. But Davis Webb will begin warming up in the bullpen.

“We ’ll take a look and see if there ’s any players that we can give reps to that have a chance to be a part of our future,” McAdoo said.

Does that include the quarterback? “That includes everybody,” McAdoo said.

This play summed up the state of the New York Football Giants: Third-and-33, Robert Woods takes a screen for a 52-yard TD.

Or perhaps you prefer this one: A 67-yard Goff touchdown to Sammy Watkins chased futilely by Collins.

Oh, and a timeout 1:21 into the game.

Oh, and a Rams blocked punt leading 41-10.

McAdoo versus Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips? No contest.

Steve Spagnuolo versus Rams coach Sean McVay? No contest.

Rams versus Giants? No contest.

The Giants blew themselves up Sunday for all to see.

BLOW IT UP.

They ’re all hired to be fired, head coaches and general managers — and Ben McAdoo and Jerry Reese are halfway toward firing themselves.

A 1-7 record, of course, is more than half bad.

A 2-14 mark would be historically bad.

Tick … tick … tick.

It looks over, and it feels over.

And if Rams 51, Giants 17 is the product Giants fans are forced to endure, it should be over.

Regime change isn ’t only in the air, it is howling across East Rutherford.

51-17!

“I think it speaks for itself, doesn ’t it?” John Mara told N.J.com afterward.

Son of Wellington was lucky he wasn ’t alive to see Bears 56, Giants 7 at the Polo Grounds, when the Giants defense made Sid Luckman look like Jared Goff.

The Giants have turned MetLife Stadium into MetDeath Stadium … flocks of boobirds and empty seats everywhere.

This will be remembered as the straw that broke Mara and Steve Tisch ’s back.

Shameful. Disgraceful. Unacceptable.

So much for that bye-week self-scout, huh?

“Embarrassing isn ’t a word I ’d use,” McAdoo said. “We ’re disappointed.”

It ’s a word Landon Collins and plenty of others would use.

“I would definitely use the word embarrassing, yeah,” Collins said.

Bobby HartCharles Wenzelberg/New York Post

Message to Mara and Steve Tisch: Get your GM (Dave Gettleman) and head coach (Mike Smith) short lists ready.

Maybe the Giants can manage a win on the road over the 0-9 C.J. Beathard 49ers in Week 10 … and maybe the Drew Stanton Cardinals. But who else can anyone expect them to beat?

The Chiefs? The Eagles? The Cowboys? The Raiders and Redskins are beatable, but these Giants can lose to anyone on Any Given Sunday or Any Given Thanksgiving night.

Going 0-8 at MetDeath Stadium is absolutely on the table.

You better believe that would get the owners ’ full attention.

Going 2-14, even 3-13 would mark a historic collapse, and force a reluctant ownership to think long and hard about the merits of continuity and stability.

And the benefits of cleaning house.

If Reese and McAdoo are tied at the hip, you either keep them both or fire them both.

Not a Photoshop of a Giants fan.Charles Wenzelberg/New York Post

Ask Rex Ryan how he enjoyed his time with John Idzik. Ask Idzik how he liked being forced to inherit Ryan.

Firing them both appears inevitable now.

And appropriate.

McAdoo, asked if he was concerned about his situation, said: “Not at all.”

Asked why he wasn ’t, McAdoo said: “My situation doesn ’t have anything to do with it. We have to get ready to play a ballgame next week, that ’s counterproductive.”

Reminded that it reflects on him, McAdoo said: “Everything falls back on my shoulders.”

Reese, losing his gamble by neglecting the offensive line as he did, failed to protect Eli Manning.

McAdoo has failed to help Manning light up the scoreboard. Even when Odell Beckham Jr. was healthy.

The defense? It may know the meaning of the word quit.

Landon CollinsCharles Wenzelberg/New York Post

It certainly doesn ’t know the meaning of the word cover.

Bad News Giants. Most points allowed at home since 1964.

“We lost some guys, I didn ’t think it was gonna be this bad though,” Collins said.

There have been two Super Bowl championships since 2008, so you won ’t see any “15 Years Of Lousy Football, We ’ve Had Enough” banners flying above MetLife Stadium.

The message from Giants fans now:

Eight Weeks Of Lousy Football, We ’ve Had Enough.

If it isn ’t the play-calling, it ’s insubordination. If it isn ’t insubordination, it ’s injuries. If it isn ’t injuries, it ’s not enough toughness or smarts or pride.

Perhaps fans should be allowed to watch McAdoo ’s practices, where the team supposedly is at its sharpest.

Ownership has lauded McAdoo for his intelligence and his energy, but his battered team looks like it has tuned him out.

“Keep playing, keep fighting, keep coaching,” McAdoo said.

see also

Giants report card: This defense is a disgrace

Giants report card: This defense is a disgrace

Grades from the Giants ’ 51-17 loss to the Rams on… On a day when young franchise quarterbacks Goff and the Eagles ’ Carson Wentz already had thrown three TD passes each in the first half, and finished with four, Manning (20-for-36, 220 yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT) had lost his third fumble of the season, overthrown Sterling Shepard on what should have been a 75-yard TD and made a terrible decision by trying to force a slant to Roger Lewis and watched it intercepted by Trumaine Johnson. And soon would put too much air under the ball and overthrow Tavarres King in the back of the end zone at the end of the half before Geno Smith mopped up later than he should have.

Manning, of course, has never missed a game and wants to play on. But Davis Webb will begin warming up in the bullpen.

“We ’ll take a look and see if there ’s any players that we can give reps to that have a chance to be a part of our future,” McAdoo said.

Does that include the quarterback? “That includes everybody,” McAdoo said.

This play summed up the state of the New York Football Giants: Third-and-33, Robert Woods takes a screen for a 52-yard TD.

Or perhaps you prefer this one: A 67-yard Goff touchdown to Sammy Watkins chased futilely by Collins.

Oh, and a timeout 1:21 into the game.

Oh, and a Rams blocked punt leading 41-10.

McAdoo versus Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips? No contest.

Steve Spagnuolo versus Rams coach Sean McVay? No contest.

Rams versus Giants? No contest.

The Giants blew themselves up Sunday for all to see.

BLOW IT UP.

They ’re all hired to be fired, head coaches and general managers — and Ben McAdoo and Jerry Reese are halfway toward firing themselves.

A 1-7 record, of course, is more than half bad.

A 2-14 mark would be historically bad.

Tick … tick … tick.

It looks over, and it feels over.

And if Rams 51, Giants 17 is the product Giants fans are forced to endure, it should be over.

Regime change isn ’t only in the air, it is howling across East Rutherford.

51-17!

“I think it speaks for itself, doesn ’t it?” John Mara told N.J.com afterward.

Son of Wellington was lucky he wasn ’t alive to see Bears 56, Giants 7 at the Polo Grounds, when the Giants defense made Sid Luckman look like Jared Goff.

The Giants have turned MetLife Stadium into MetDeath Stadium … flocks of boobirds and empty seats everywhere.

This will be remembered as the straw that broke Mara and Steve Tisch ’s back.

Shameful. Disgraceful. Unacceptable.

So much for that bye-week self-scout, huh?

“Embarrassing isn ’t a word I ’d use,” McAdoo said. “We ’re disappointed.”

It ’s a word Landon Collins and plenty of others would use.

“I would definitely use the word embarrassing, yeah,” Collins said.

Bobby HartCharles Wenzelberg/New York Post

Message to Mara and Steve Tisch: Get your GM (Dave Gettleman) and head coach (Mike Smith) short lists ready.

Maybe the Giants can manage a win on the road over the 0-9 C.J. Beathard 49ers in Week 10 … and maybe the Drew Stanton Cardinals. But who else can anyone expect them to beat?

The Chiefs? The Eagles? The Cowboys? The Raiders and Redskins are beatable, but these Giants can lose to anyone on Any Given Sunday or Any Given Thanksgiving night.

Going 0-8 at MetDeath Stadium is absolutely on the table.

You better believe that would get the owners ’ full attention.

Going 2-14, even 3-13 would mark a historic collapse, and force a reluctant ownership to think long and hard about the merits of continuity and stability.

And the benefits of cleaning house.

If Reese and McAdoo are tied at the hip, you either keep them both or fire them both.

Not a Photoshop of a Giants fan.Charles Wenzelberg/New York Post

Ask Rex Ryan how he enjoyed his time with John Idzik. Ask Idzik how he liked being forced to inherit Ryan.

Firing them both appears inevitable now.

And appropriate.

McAdoo, asked if he was concerned about his situation, said: “Not at all.”

Asked why he wasn ’t, McAdoo said: “My situation doesn ’t have anything to do with it. We have to get ready to play a ballgame next week, that ’s counterproductive.”

Reminded that it reflects on him, McAdoo said: “Everything falls back on my shoulders.”

Reese, losing his gamble by neglecting the offensive line as he did, failed to protect Eli Manning.

McAdoo has failed to help Manning light up the scoreboard. Even when Odell Beckham Jr. was healthy.

The defense? It may know the meaning of the word quit.

Landon CollinsCharles Wenzelberg/New York Post

It certainly doesn ’t know the meaning of the word cover.

Bad News Giants. Most points allowed at home since 1964.

“We lost some guys, I didn ’t think it was gonna be this bad though,” Collins said.

There have been two Super Bowl championships since 2008, so you won ’t see any “15 Years Of Lousy Football, We ’ve Had Enough” banners flying above MetLife Stadium.

The message from Giants fans now:

Eight Weeks Of Lousy Football, We ’ve Had Enough.

If it isn ’t the play-calling, it ’s insubordination. If it isn ’t insubordination, it ’s injuries. If it isn ’t injuries, it ’s not enough toughness or smarts or pride.

Perhaps fans should be allowed to watch McAdoo ’s practices, where the team supposedly is at its sharpest.

Ownership has lauded McAdoo for his intelligence and his energy, but his battered team looks like it has tuned him out.

“Keep playing, keep fighting, keep coaching,” McAdoo said.

see also

Giants report card: This defense is a disgrace

Giants report card: This defense is a disgrace

Grades from the Giants ’ 51-17 loss to the Rams on… On a day when young franchise quarterbacks Goff and the Eagles ’ Carson Wentz already had thrown three TD passes each in the first half, and finished with four, Manning (20-for-36, 220 yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT) had lost his third fumble of the season, overthrown Sterling Shepard on what should have been a 75-yard TD and made a terrible decision by trying to force a slant to Roger Lewis and watched it intercepted by Trumaine Johnson. And soon would put too much air under the ball and overthrow Tavarres King in the back of the end zone at the end of the half before Geno Smith mopped up later than he should have.

Manning, of course, has never missed a game and wants to play on. But Davis Webb will begin warming up in the bullpen.

“We ’ll take a look and see if there ’s any players that we can give reps to that have a chance to be a part of our future,” McAdoo said.

Does that include the quarterback? “That includes everybody,” McAdoo said.

This play summed up the state of the New York Football Giants: Third-and-33, Robert Woods takes a screen for a 52-yard TD.

Or perhaps you prefer this one: A 67-yard Goff touchdown to Sammy Watkins chased futilely by Collins.

Oh, and a timeout 1:21 into the game.

Oh, and a Rams blocked punt leading 41-10.

McAdoo versus Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips? No contest.

Steve Spagnuolo versus Rams coach Sean McVay? No contest.

Rams versus Giants? No contest.

The Giants blew themselves up Sunday for all to see.

BLOW IT UP.

They ’re all hired to be fired, head coaches and general managers — and Ben McAdoo and Jerry Reese are halfway toward firing themselves.

A 1-7 record, of course, is more than half bad.

A 2-14 mark would be historically bad.

Tick … tick … tick.

It looks over, and it feels over.

And if Rams 51, Giants 17 is the product Giants fans are forced to endure, it should be over.

Regime change isn ’t only in the air, it is howling across East Rutherford.

51-17!

“I think it speaks for itself, doesn ’t it?” John Mara told N.J.com afterward.

Son of Wellington was lucky he wasn ’t alive to see Bears 56, Giants 7 at the Polo Grounds, when the Giants defense made Sid Luckman look like Jared Goff.

The Giants have turned MetLife Stadium into MetDeath Stadium … flocks of boobirds and empty seats everywhere.

This will be remembered as the straw that broke Mara and Steve Tisch ’s back.

Shameful. Disgraceful. Unacceptable.

So much for that bye-week self-scout, huh?

“Embarrassing isn ’t a word I ’d use,” McAdoo said. “We ’re disappointed.”

It ’s a word Landon Collins and plenty of others would use.

“I would definitely use the word embarrassing, yeah,” Collins said.

Bobby HartCharles Wenzelberg/New York Post

Message to Mara and Steve Tisch: Get your GM (Dave Gettleman) and head coach (Mike Smith) short lists ready.

Maybe the Giants can manage a win on the road over the 0-9 C.J. Beathard 49ers in Week 10 … and maybe the Drew Stanton Cardinals. But who else can anyone expect them to beat?

The Chiefs? The Eagles? The Cowboys? The Raiders and Redskins are beatable, but these Giants can lose to anyone on Any Given Sunday or Any Given Thanksgiving night.

Going 0-8 at MetDeath Stadium is absolutely on the table.

You better believe that would get the owners ’ full attention.

Going 2-14, even 3-13 would mark a historic collapse, and force a reluctant ownership to think long and hard about the merits of continuity and stability.

And the benefits of cleaning house.

If Reese and McAdoo are tied at the hip, you either keep them both or fire them both.

Not a Photoshop of a Giants fan.Charles Wenzelberg/New York Post

Ask Rex Ryan how he enjoyed his time with John Idzik. Ask Idzik how he liked being forced to inherit Ryan.

Firing them both appears inevitable now.

And appropriate.

McAdoo, asked if he was concerned about his situation, said: “Not at all.”

Asked why he wasn ’t, McAdoo said: “My situation doesn ’t have anything to do with it. We have to get ready to play a ballgame next week, that ’s counterproductive.”

Reminded that it reflects on him, McAdoo said: “Everything falls back on my shoulders.”

Reese, losing his gamble by neglecting the offensive line as he did, failed to protect Eli Manning.

McAdoo has failed to help Manning light up the scoreboard. Even when Odell Beckham Jr. was healthy.

The defense? It may know the meaning of the word quit.

Landon CollinsCharles Wenzelberg/New York Post

It certainly doesn ’t know the meaning of the word cover.

Bad News Giants. Most points allowed at home since 1964.

“We lost some guys, I didn ’t think it was gonna be this bad though,” Collins said.

There have been two Super Bowl championships since 2008, so you won ’t see any “15 Years Of Lousy Football, We ’ve Had Enough” banners flying above MetLife Stadium.

The message from Giants fans now:

Eight Weeks Of Lousy Football, We ’ve Had Enough.

If it isn ’t the play-calling, it ’s insubordination. If it isn ’t insubordination, it ’s injuries. If it isn ’t injuries, it ’s not enough toughness or smarts or pride.

Perhaps fans should be allowed to watch McAdoo ’s practices, where the team supposedly is at its sharpest.

Ownership has lauded McAdoo for his intelligence and his energy, but his battered team looks like it has tuned him out.

“Keep playing, keep fighting, keep coaching,” McAdoo said.

see also

Giants report card: This defense is a disgrace

Giants report card: This defense is a disgrace

Grades from the Giants ’ 51-17 loss to the Rams on… On a day when young franchise quarterbacks Goff and the Eagles ’ Carson Wentz already had thrown three TD passes each in the first half, and finished with four, Manning (20-for-36, 220 yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT) had lost his third fumble of the season, overthrown Sterling Shepard on what should have been a 75-yard TD and made a terrible decision by trying to force a slant to Roger Lewis and watched it intercepted by Trumaine Johnson. And soon would put too much air under the ball and overthrow Tavarres King in the back of the end zone at the end of the half before Geno Smith mopped up later than he should have.

Manning, of course, has never missed a game and wants to play on. But Davis Webb will begin warming up in the bullpen.

“We ’ll take a look and see if there ’s any players that we can give reps to that have a chance to be a part of our future,” McAdoo said.

Does that include the quarterback? “That includes everybody,” McAdoo said.

This play summed up the state of the New York Football Giants: Third-and-33, Robert Woods takes a screen for a 52-yard TD.

Or perhaps you prefer this one: A 67-yard Goff touchdown to Sammy Watkins chased futilely by Collins.

Oh, and a timeout 1:21 into the game.

Oh, and a Rams blocked punt leading 41-10.

McAdoo versus Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips? No contest.

Steve Spagnuolo versus Rams coach Sean McVay? No contest.

Rams versus Giants? No contest.

The Giants blew themselves up Sunday for all to see.

BLOW IT UP.

They ’re all hired to be fired, head coaches and general managers — and Ben McAdoo and Jerry Reese are halfway toward firing themselves.

A 1-7 record, of course, is more than half bad.

A 2-14 mark would be historically bad.

Tick … tick … tick.

It looks over, and it feels over.

And if Rams 51, Giants 17 is the product Giants fans are forced to endure, it should be over.

Regime change isn ’t only in the air, it is howling across East Rutherford.

51-17!

“I think it speaks for itself, doesn ’t it?” John Mara told N.J.com afterward.

Son of Wellington was lucky he wasn ’t alive to see Bears 56, Giants 7 at the Polo Grounds, when the Giants defense made Sid Luckman look like Jared Goff.

The Giants have turned MetLife Stadium into MetDeath Stadium … flocks of boobirds and empty seats everywhere.

This will be remembered as the straw that broke Mara and Steve Tisch ’s back.

Shameful. Disgraceful. Unacceptable.

So much for that bye-week self-scout, huh?

“Embarrassing isn ’t a word I ’d use,” McAdoo said. “We ’re disappointed.”

It ’s a word Landon Collins and plenty of others would use.

“I would definitely use the word embarrassing, yeah,” Collins said.

Bobby HartCharles Wenzelberg/New York Post

Message to Mara and Steve Tisch: Get your GM (Dave Gettleman) and head coach (Mike Smith) short lists ready.

Maybe the Giants can manage a win on the road over the 0-9 C.J. Beathard 49ers in Week 10 … and maybe the Drew Stanton Cardinals. But who else can anyone expect them to beat?

The Chiefs? The Eagles? The Cowboys? The Raiders and Redskins are beatable, but these Giants can lose to anyone on Any Given Sunday or Any Given Thanksgiving night.

Going 0-8 at MetDeath Stadium is absolutely on the table.

You better believe that would get the owners ’ full attention.

Going 2-14, even 3-13 would mark a historic collapse, and force a reluctant ownership to think long and hard about the merits of continuity and stability.

And the benefits of cleaning house.

If Reese and McAdoo are tied at the hip, you either keep them both or fire them both.

Not a Photoshop of a Giants fan.Charles Wenzelberg/New York Post

Ask Rex Ryan how he enjoyed his time with John Idzik. Ask Idzik how he liked being forced to inherit Ryan.

Firing them both appears inevitable now.

And appropriate.

McAdoo, asked if he was concerned about his situation, said: “Not at all.”

Asked why he wasn ’t, McAdoo said: “My situation doesn ’t have anything to do with it. We have to get ready to play a ballgame next week, that ’s counterproductive.”

Reminded that it reflects on him, McAdoo said: “Everything falls back on my shoulders.”

Reese, losing his gamble by neglecting the offensive line as he did, failed to protect Eli Manning.

McAdoo has failed to help Manning light up the scoreboard. Even when Odell Beckham Jr. was healthy.

The defense? It may know the meaning of the word quit.

Landon CollinsCharles Wenzelberg/New York Post

It certainly doesn ’t know the meaning of the word cover.

Bad News Giants. Most points allowed at home since 1964.

“We lost some guys, I didn ’t think it was gonna be this bad though,” Collins said.

There have been two Super Bowl championships since 2008, so you won ’t see any “15 Years Of Lousy Football, We ’ve Had Enough” banners flying above MetLife Stadium.

The message from Giants fans now:

Eight Weeks Of Lousy Football, We ’ve Had Enough.

If it isn ’t the play-calling, it ’s insubordination. If it isn ’t insubordination, it ’s injuries. If it isn ’t injuries, it ’s not enough toughness or smarts or pride.

Perhaps fans should be allowed to watch McAdoo ’s practices, where the team supposedly is at its sharpest.

Ownership has lauded McAdoo for his intelligence and his energy, but his battered team looks like it has tuned him out.

“Keep playing, keep fighting, keep coaching,” McAdoo said.

see also

Giants report card: This defense is a disgrace

Giants report card: This defense is a disgrace

Grades from the Giants ’ 51-17 loss to the Rams on… On a day when young franchise quarterbacks Goff and the Eagles ’ Carson Wentz already had thrown three TD passes each in the first half, and finished with four, Manning (20-for-36, 220 yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT) had lost his third fumble of the season, overthrown Sterling Shepard on what should have been a 75-yard TD and made a terrible decision by trying to force a slant to Roger Lewis and watched it intercepted by Trumaine Johnson. And soon would put too much air under the ball and overthrow Tavarres King in the back of the end zone at the end of the half before Geno Smith mopped up later than he should have.

Manning, of course, has never missed a game and wants to play on. But Davis Webb will begin warming up in the bullpen.

“We ’ll take a look and see if there ’s any players that we can give reps to that have a chance to be a part of our future,” McAdoo said.

Does that include the quarterback? “That includes everybody,” McAdoo said.

This play summed up the state of the New York Football Giants: Third-and-33, Robert Woods takes a screen for a 52-yard TD.

Or perhaps you prefer this one: A 67-yard Goff touchdown to Sammy Watkins chased futilely by Collins.

Oh, and a timeout 1:21 into the game.

Oh, and a Rams blocked punt leading 41-10.

McAdoo versus Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips? No contest.

Steve Spagnuolo versus Rams coach Sean McVay? No contest.

Rams versus Giants? No contest.

The Giants blew themselves up Sunday for all to see.

BLOW IT UP.

They ’re all hired to be fired, head coaches and general managers — and Ben McAdoo and Jerry Reese are halfway toward firing themselves.

A 1-7 record, of course, is more than half bad.

A 2-14 mark would be historically bad.

Tick … tick … tick.

It looks over, and it feels over.

And if Rams 51, Giants 17 is the product Giants fans are forced to endure, it should be over.

Regime change isn ’t only in the air, it is howling across East Rutherford.

51-17!

“I think it speaks for itself, doesn ’t it?” John Mara told N.J.com afterward.

Son of Wellington was lucky he wasn ’t alive to see Bears 56, Giants 7 at the Polo Grounds, when the Giants defense made Sid Luckman look like Jared Goff.

The Giants have turned MetLife Stadium into MetDeath Stadium … flocks of boobirds and empty seats everywhere.

This will be remembered as the straw that broke Mara and Steve Tisch ’s back.

Shameful. Disgraceful. Unacceptable.

So much for that bye-week self-scout, huh?

“Embarrassing isn ’t a word I ’d use,” McAdoo said. “We ’re disappointed.”

It ’s a word Landon Collins and plenty of others would use.

“I would definitely use the word embarrassing, yeah,” Collins said.

Bobby HartCharles Wenzelberg/New York Post

Message to Mara and Steve Tisch: Get your GM (Dave Gettleman) and head coach (Mike Smith) short lists ready.

Maybe the Giants can manage a win on the road over the 0-9 C.J. Beathard 49ers in Week 10 … and maybe the Drew Stanton Cardinals. But who else can anyone expect them to beat?

The Chiefs? The Eagles? The Cowboys? The Raiders and Redskins are beatable, but these Giants can lose to anyone on Any Given Sunday or Any Given Thanksgiving night.

Going 0-8 at MetDeath Stadium is absolutely on the table.

You better believe that would get the owners ’ full attention.

Going 2-14, even 3-13 would mark a historic collapse, and force a reluctant ownership to think long and hard about the merits of continuity and stability.

And the benefits of cleaning house.

If Reese and McAdoo are tied at the hip, you either keep them both or fire them both.

Not a Photoshop of a Giants fan.Charles Wenzelberg/New York Post

Ask Rex Ryan how he enjoyed his time with John Idzik. Ask Idzik how he liked being forced to inherit Ryan.

Firing them both appears inevitable now.

And appropriate.

McAdoo, asked if he was concerned about his situation, said: “Not at all.”

Asked why he wasn ’t, McAdoo said: “My situation doesn ’t have anything to do with it. We have to get ready to play a ballgame next week, that ’s counterproductive.”

Reminded that it reflects on him, McAdoo said: “Everything falls back on my shoulders.”

Reese, losing his gamble by neglecting the offensive line as he did, failed to protect Eli Manning.

McAdoo has failed to help Manning light up the scoreboard. Even when Odell Beckham Jr. was healthy.

The defense? It may know the meaning of the word quit.

Landon CollinsCharles Wenzelberg/New York Post

It certainly doesn ’t know the meaning of the word cover.

Bad News Giants. Most points allowed at home since 1964.

“We lost some guys, I didn ’t think it was gonna be this bad though,” Collins said.

There have been two Super Bowl championships since 2008, so you won ’t see any “15 Years Of Lousy Football, We ’ve Had Enough” banners flying above MetLife Stadium.

The message from Giants fans now:

Eight Weeks Of Lousy Football, We ’ve Had Enough.

If it isn ’t the play-calling, it ’s insubordination. If it isn ’t insubordination, it ’s injuries. If it isn ’t injuries, it ’s not enough toughness or smarts or pride.

Perhaps fans should be allowed to watch McAdoo ’s practices, where the team supposedly is at its sharpest.

Ownership has lauded McAdoo for his intelligence and his energy, but his battered team looks like it has tuned him out.

“Keep playing, keep fighting, keep coaching,” McAdoo said.

see also

Giants report card: This defense is a disgrace

Giants report card: This defense is a disgrace

Grades from the Giants ’ 51-17 loss to the Rams on… On a day when young franchise quarterbacks Goff and the Eagles ’ Carson Wentz already had thrown three TD passes each in the first half, and finished with four, Manning (20-for-36, 220 yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT) had lost his third fumble of the season, overthrown Sterling Shepard on what should have been a 75-yard TD and made a terrible decision by trying to force a slant to Roger Lewis and watched it intercepted by Trumaine Johnson. And soon would put too much air under the ball and overthrow Tavarres King in the back of the end zone at the end of the half before Geno Smith mopped up later than he should have.

Manning, of course, has never missed a game and wants to play on. But Davis Webb will begin warming up in the bullpen.

“We ’ll take a look and see if there ’s any players that we can give reps to that have a chance to be a part of our future,” McAdoo said.

Does that include the quarterback? “That includes everybody,” McAdoo said.

This play summed up the state of the New York Football Giants: Third-and-33, Robert Woods takes a screen for a 52-yard TD.

Or perhaps you prefer this one: A 67-yard Goff touchdown to Sammy Watkins chased futilely by Collins.

Oh, and a timeout 1:21 into the game.

Oh, and a Rams blocked punt leading 41-10.

McAdoo versus Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips? No contest.

Steve Spagnuolo versus Rams coach Sean McVay? No contest.

Rams versus Giants? No contest.

The Giants blew themselves up Sunday for all to see.

BLOW IT UP.

They ’re all hired to be fired, head coaches and general managers — and Ben McAdoo and Jerry Reese are halfway toward firing themselves.

A 1-7 record, of course, is more than half bad.

A 2-14 mark would be historically bad.

Tick … tick … tick.

It looks over, and it feels over.

And if Rams 51, Giants 17 is the product Giants fans are forced to endure, it should be over.

Regime change isn ’t only in the air, it is howling across East Rutherford.

51-17!

“I think it speaks for itself, doesn ’t it?” John Mara told N.J.com afterward.

Son of Wellington was lucky he wasn ’t alive to see Bears 56, Giants 7 at the Polo Grounds, when the Giants defense made Sid Luckman look like Jared Goff.

The Giants have turned MetLife Stadium into MetDeath Stadium … flocks of boobirds and empty seats everywhere.

This will be remembered as the straw that broke Mara and Steve Tisch ’s back.

Shameful. Disgraceful. Unacceptable.

So much for that bye-week self-scout, huh?

“Embarrassing isn ’t a word I ’d use,” McAdoo said. “We ’re disappointed.”

It ’s a word Landon Collins and plenty of others would use.

“I would definitely use the word embarrassing, yeah,” Collins said.

Bobby HartCharles Wenzelberg/New York Post

Message to Mara and Steve Tisch: Get your GM (Dave Gettleman) and head coach (Mike Smith) short lists ready.

Maybe the Giants can manage a win on the road over the 0-9 C.J. Beathard 49ers in Week 10 … and maybe the Drew Stanton Cardinals. But who else can anyone expect them to beat?

The Chiefs? The Eagles? The Cowboys? The Raiders and Redskins are beatable, but these Giants can lose to anyone on Any Given Sunday or Any Given Thanksgiving night.

Going 0-8 at MetDeath Stadium is absolutely on the table.

You better believe that would get the owners ’ full attention.

Going 2-14, even 3-13 would mark a historic collapse, and force a reluctant ownership to think long and hard about the merits of continuity and stability.

And the benefits of cleaning house.

If Reese and McAdoo are tied at the hip, you either keep them both or fire them both.

Not a Photoshop of a Giants fan.Charles Wenzelberg/New York Post

Ask Rex Ryan how he enjoyed his time with John Idzik. Ask Idzik how he liked being forced to inherit Ryan.

Firing them both appears inevitable now.

And appropriate.

McAdoo, asked if he was concerned about his situation, said: “Not at all.”

Asked why he wasn ’t, McAdoo said: “My situation doesn ’t have anything to do with it. We have to get ready to play a ballgame next week, that ’s counterproductive.”

Reminded that it reflects on him, McAdoo said: “Everything falls back on my shoulders.”

Reese, losing his gamble by neglecting the offensive line as he did, failed to protect Eli Manning.

McAdoo has failed to help Manning light up the scoreboard. Even when Odell Beckham Jr. was healthy.

The defense? It may know the meaning of the word quit.

Landon CollinsCharles Wenzelberg/New York Post

It certainly doesn ’t know the meaning of the word cover.

Bad News Giants. Most points allowed at home since 1964.

“We lost some guys, I didn ’t think it was gonna be this bad though,” Collins said.

There have been two Super Bowl championships since 2008, so you won ’t see any “15 Years Of Lousy Football, We ’ve Had Enough” banners flying above MetLife Stadium.

The message from Giants fans now:

Eight Weeks Of Lousy Football, We ’ve Had Enough.

If it isn ’t the play-calling, it ’s insubordination. If it isn ’t insubordination, it ’s injuries. If it isn ’t injuries, it ’s not enough toughness or smarts or pride.

Perhaps fans should be allowed to watch McAdoo ’s practices, where the team supposedly is at its sharpest.

Ownership has lauded McAdoo for his intelligence and his energy, but his battered team looks like it has tuned him out.

“Keep playing, keep fighting, keep coaching,” McAdoo said.

see also

Giants report card: This defense is a disgrace

Giants report card: This defense is a disgrace

Grades from the Giants ’ 51-17 loss to the Rams on… On a day when young franchise quarterbacks Goff and the Eagles ’ Carson Wentz already had thrown three TD passes each in the first half, and finished with four, Manning (20-for-36, 220 yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT) had lost his third fumble of the season, overthrown Sterling Shepard on what should have been a 75-yard TD and made a terrible decision by trying to force a slant to Roger Lewis and watched it intercepted by Trumaine Johnson. And soon would put too much air under the ball and overthrow Tavarres King in the back of the end zone at the end of the half before Geno Smith mopped up later than he should have.

Manning, of course, has never missed a game and wants to play on. But Davis Webb will begin warming up in the bullpen.

“We ’ll take a look and see if there ’s any players that we can give reps to that have a chance to be a part of our future,” McAdoo said.

Does that include the quarterback? “That includes everybody,” McAdoo said.

This play summed up the state of the New York Football Giants: Third-and-33, Robert Woods takes a screen for a 52-yard TD.

Or perhaps you prefer this one: A 67-yard Goff touchdown to Sammy Watkins chased futilely by Collins.

Oh, and a timeout 1:21 into the game.

Oh, and a Rams blocked punt leading 41-10.

McAdoo versus Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips? No contest.

Steve Spagnuolo versus Rams coach Sean McVay? No contest.

Rams versus Giants? No contest.

The Giants blew themselves up Sunday for all to see.

BLOW IT UP.

They ’re all hired to be fired, head coaches and general managers — and Ben McAdoo and Jerry Reese are halfway toward firing themselves.

A 1-7 record, of course, is more than half bad.

A 2-14 mark would be historically bad.

Tick … tick … tick.

It looks over, and it feels over.

And if Rams 51, Giants 17 is the product Giants fans are forced to endure, it should be over.

Regime change isn ’t only in the air, it is howling across East Rutherford.

51-17!

“I think it speaks for itself, doesn ’t it?” John Mara told N.J.com afterward.

Son of Wellington was lucky he wasn ’t alive to see Bears 56, Giants 7 at the Polo Grounds, when the Giants defense made Sid Luckman look like Jared Goff.

The Giants have turned MetLife Stadium into MetDeath Stadium … flocks of boobirds and empty seats everywhere.

This will be remembered as the straw that broke Mara and Steve Tisch ’s back.

Shameful. Disgraceful. Unacceptable.

So much for that bye-week self-scout, huh?

“Embarrassing isn ’t a word I ’d use,” McAdoo said. “We ’re disappointed.”

It ’s a word Landon Collins and plenty of others would use.

“I would definitely use the word embarrassing, yeah,” Collins said.

Bobby HartCharles Wenzelberg/New York Post

Message to Mara and Steve Tisch: Get your GM (Dave Gettleman) and head coach (Mike Smith) short lists ready.

Maybe the Giants can manage a win on the road over the 0-9 C.J. Beathard 49ers in Week 10 … and maybe the Drew Stanton Cardinals. But who else can anyone expect them to beat?

The Chiefs? The Eagles? The Cowboys? The Raiders and Redskins are beatable, but these Giants can lose to anyone on Any Given Sunday or Any Given Thanksgiving night.

Going 0-8 at MetDeath Stadium is absolutely on the table.

You better believe that would get the owners ’ full attention.

Going 2-14, even 3-13 would mark a historic collapse, and force a reluctant ownership to think long and hard about the merits of continuity and stability.

And the benefits of cleaning house.

If Reese and McAdoo are tied at the hip, you either keep them both or fire them both.

Not a Photoshop of a Giants fan.Charles Wenzelberg/New York Post

Ask Rex Ryan how he enjoyed his time with John Idzik. Ask Idzik how he liked being forced to inherit Ryan.

Firing them both appears inevitable now.

And appropriate.

McAdoo, asked if he was concerned about his situation, said: “Not at all.”

Asked why he wasn ’t, McAdoo said: “My situation doesn ’t have anything to do with it. We have to get ready to play a ballgame next week, that ’s counterproductive.”

Reminded that it reflects on him, McAdoo said: “Everything falls back on my shoulders.”

Reese, losing his gamble by neglecting the offensive line as he did, failed to protect Eli Manning.

McAdoo has failed to help Manning light up the scoreboard. Even when Odell Beckham Jr. was healthy.

The defense? It may know the meaning of the word quit.

Landon CollinsCharles Wenzelberg/New York Post

It certainly doesn ’t know the meaning of the word cover.

Bad News Giants. Most points allowed at home since 1964.

“We lost some guys, I didn ’t think it was gonna be this bad though,” Collins said.

There have been two Super Bowl championships since 2008, so you won ’t see any “15 Years Of Lousy Football, We ’ve Had Enough” banners flying above MetLife Stadium.

The message from Giants fans now:

Eight Weeks Of Lousy Football, We ’ve Had Enough.

If it isn ’t the play-calling, it ’s insubordination. If it isn ’t insubordination, it ’s injuries. If it isn ’t injuries, it ’s not enough toughness or smarts or pride.

Perhaps fans should be allowed to watch McAdoo ’s practices, where the team supposedly is at its sharpest.

Ownership has lauded McAdoo for his intelligence and his energy, but his battered team looks like it has tuned him out.

“Keep playing, keep fighting, keep coaching,” McAdoo said.

see also

Giants report card: This defense is a disgrace

Giants report card: This defense is a disgrace

Grades from the Giants ’ 51-17 loss to the Rams on… On a day when young franchise quarterbacks Goff and the Eagles ’ Carson Wentz already had thrown three TD passes each in the first half, and finished with four, Manning (20-for-36, 220 yards, 2 TDs, 1 INT) had lost his third fumble of the season, overthrown Sterling Shepard on what should have been a 75-yard TD and made a terrible decision by trying to force a slant to Roger Lewis and watched it intercepted by Trumaine Johnson. And soon would put too much air under the ball and overthrow Tavarres King in the back of the end zone at the end of the half before Geno Smith mopped up later than he should have.

Manning, of course, has never missed a game and wants to play on. But Davis Webb will begin warming up in the bullpen.

“We ’ll take a look and see if there ’s any players that we can give reps to that have a chance to be a part of our future,” McAdoo said.

Does that include the quarterback? “That includes everybody,” McAdoo said.

This play summed up the state of the New York Football Giants: Third-and-33, Robert Woods takes a screen for a 52-yard TD.

Or perhaps you prefer this one: A 67-yard Goff touchdown to Sammy Watkins chased futilely by Collins.

Oh, and a timeout 1:21 into the game.

Oh, and a Rams blocked punt leading 41-10.

McAdoo versus Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips? No contest.

Steve Spagnuolo versus Rams coach Sean McVay? No contest.

Rams versus Giants? No contest.

The Giants blew themselves up Sunday for all to see.

BLOW IT UP.

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