What Now?

The only thing I am sure of after another Giants loss is that something will change over the next two weeks. It could be a coach, probably not the head coach, getting fired.  That would be my strongest bet. But it really could be anything.  Giants ownership hates losing to the Jets, and with two weeks to think things over, change is the safest bet.

But beyond change a much deeper question needs to be answered. Where is this franchise going?  For the first nine seasons of Eli’s career, they finished at or above .500 eight times. For the last seven, they have to win out or, they will have only reached .500 or better once.

And that doesn’t capture how truly bad it has been. Outside of 2016, when was the last time the Giants played an important game in the second half of the season? I’m going to guess it was the last Super Bowl. In short. we are reaching plane flying above the Meadowlands territory here.

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