New York Giants news, 12/27 – Steve Tische is ready to tear down the entire franchise and start over

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Nov 10, 2019; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Giants head coach Pat Shurmur leaves the field after losing to the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Noah K. Murray-USA TODAY Sports

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The New York Giants have been a perpetual state of disappointment and failure the past few seasons, forcing them into an awkward situation, and a reality they never imagined themselves in after two years of a complete roster overhaul. John Mara has been the more forceful owner of the two, the other being Steve Tisch, who’s advocating for a full franchise overhaul, according to ESPN’s Jordan Raanan.

“It’s been a very frustrating season. At the end of the season John Mara and I are gonna get together and discuss the future. As partners we have to be very honest with each other about where we see this team going into the 2020 season,”ÂTisch told Bruce Beck in early December.

Both owners have seldom been available to speak with the media, and have preferred to hang their heads low in frustration than face the bonfire they’ve created out of ignorance and a lack of progressive movements. The result after two seasons has been minimal, with most of the silver lining pointing towards Gettleman’s draft picks, which could very well save his job in the coming weeks.

Head coach Pat Shurmur is under the most heat, considering his absolute lack of coaching skills and in-game decisions. However, he has been fantastic for Daniel Jones. To be a good head coach in the NFL, though, you must not make time-management mistakes, and personnel decisions cannot be the downfall of the team. The New York Giants have realistically lost multiple games at the expense of Shurmur’s bone-headed decisions. That’s the narrative Mara and Tisch will follow as the evaluate the state of the player and coaching roster.

I anticipate Shurmur, James Bettcher, and Hal Hunter will all be jobless within the next two months. Gettleman will survive the overhaul, claiming that Shurmur was their best coaching option at the time, and now they will go in 2020 with better targets in their sights.


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