Published: Wed, September 20, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Ben McAdoo might give up Giants play-calling duties

Ben McAdoo might give up Giants play-calling duties

I can make some plays, I can do some things better, for sure ...

"We're going to take each and every day, and evaluate things as we go each and every day", McAdoo said.

Appearing on CBS Sports Radio's Tiki and Tierney on Tuesday, former Giants running back Tiki Barber said that if Flowers "has a job on Wednesday morning, then Eli Manning might be in a body bag three weeks from now". The breakdowns are spread out and I am included.

"Yeah, we can't keep doing the same thing over and over again. That's insanity", McAdoo said on a conference call Tuesday. Maybe it will be a little more drastic this week to use your word.

McAdoo has been calling plays since he took over as offensive coordinator in 2014, but since becoming head coach last season, the Giants offense has struggled and Monday's 24-10 loss to the Lions marked the eighth-straight game (including postseason) in which they have failed to score at least 20 points.

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"If that means me giving up play-calling duties, that's something that we'll look at and talk about".

According to Pro Football Focus, Ansah finished with the highest grade (85.9) of any player on the field Monday, while Flowers floundered with a tally of 47.3. For personnel, jobs are won in this league, they are not given away. "Somebody's got to win a job to get a job".

Perhaps a change in play-calling will kindle improvement, but the Giants have major personnel problems that aren't likely to get solved by changing who sends plays into Eli Manning's headset. NY has scored fewer than 20 points in eight straight games, dating back to past year, including playoffs. New York's backups aren't better than the current cast on the field.

"The Philadelphia Eagles' defense is really good, and they get after the quarterback", Barber added.

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