"First Ben McAdoo lost games. Then he lost his locker room. Then, just days after a Thanksgiving loss to Washington, McAdoo made his most controversial move yet — benching starting quarterback Eli Manning in a desperate attempt to save his job.
After that, there was no going back.
The Giants fired their second-year head coach on Monday, according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, ending his tenure halfway through one of the worst seasons in franchise history. His Week 13 loss to the Raiders leaves the Giants at 2-10, tied for the second-worst record in the NFL." Click here to read more.
Does anyone care about the NFL? Is it a dying organization? Based upon the picture below, the NFL really has some issues.
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Houston suffered Harvey's wrath. Houston is going from this to...
...this. Nice job Houston, nice job Astros.
Joe Girardi’s contract with the Yankees expires at the end of the 2017 season, and it will be his last one with New York. Girardi will not return to the Yankees to manage them in 2018 and beyond, meaning New York will need to hire only its third manager since Joe Torre took over the team back in 1996.
ESPN Radio’s David Kaplan reported the news on air and on Twitter Thursday morning. Girardi later confirmed the news himself, saying the Yankees decided not to bring him back. SB NATION