Giants Owners John Mara, Steve Tisch Voice Support for Ben McAdoo

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"Ben McAdoo is our head coach and has our support", the statement read (via ESPN). He's on the proverbial hot seat as the losses pile up on his resume.

"That's something that we're taking a look at", he said.

The Giants barely look like they are trying at times and their once-proud defense is a shadow of its former self, as is their two-time Super Bowl-winning quarterback Eli Manning.

"When Giants coach Ben McAdoo got to the bus, he was admitted on board without incident". And it's not the first time Mara has given support of McAdoo and general manager Jerry Reese publicly this season.

The man in the hood - New England's Bill Belichick - drew level with the man in the hat - Dallas' Tom Landry - with 270 career wins on Sunday night, good for third place in the all-time rankings. "Working to find a way to get the team better and coach the team better, and put us in position to win at home, get our first home win of the year". We have to go address what happened on the field today.

Fans are disgusted with McAdoo not only because of this week's loss - his offense has struggled dating to a year ago. TE Evan Engram has a touchdown reception in each of the last four games, the longest streak by a Giant since WR Rueben Randle had one in each of the final four games of 2015.

"Because what you saw yesterday - and for that coaching staff and that head coach to let that guy stay on the field and play like that the whole game is an utter disgrace and is grounds for him to hit the pavement". The Giants had to suspend veteran cornerbacks Janoris Jenkins and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie last month.

It has the heat turned up on the coach, and made it a situation that will receive a lot of attention as the Giants' season continues to spiral out of control.

"The thing that was disappointing that showed up on film was the desire to finish on a consistent basis", McAdoo said.

"We have to go correct the tape, all right, and get ready for our next ballgame".

"It's something that yesterday's game is fresh in my head watching the ball's not one player, and it's not on all plays", McAdoo added. "I guarantee you the owner was embarrassed, and if he wasn't, you know what, I got to take his pulse", Francesa continued. McAdoo called it "fake news" during his Friday press conference and then denied it being an issue that caused him concern after Sunday's loss to the 49ers. They've lost their past three games by a combined 61 points. And they're going to make some plays on you. "It doesn't matter what scheme you're in".

So now, the Giants move forward with a lost season, a lame duck coach and more questions than answers.