On paper, the Giants appear to have better offensive personnel thana season ago when they were sixth in the league in scoring. Yet, they are 23rd this season, averaging only 20.4 points per game. McAdoo said you can’t “flip a switch” from one season to the next and that the Giants “haven’t earned” the right to be a good offense this season.
McAdoo said there is a “heightened awareness” that they need to play better as an offense.
"We believe we have the players and the scheme to make a run at this thing,” McAdoo said.
McAdoo was asked about Odell Beckham Jr. and his comments about the officials, the health of Jason Pierre-Paul, the post-game comments by Victor Cruz, his faith in left tackle Ereck Flowers and more. Here is some of what he said.
McAdoo says "We have a lot of confidence in Ereck" Flowers, but he needs to get better w/hand placement and fundamentals.— Big Blue View (@bigblueview) December 5, 2016
McAdoo keeps using the wrd "inconcistent" in relation to the offense and why they can't get all their receivers involved.— Big Blue View (@bigblueview) December 5, 2016
McAdoo says there are plays involving Odell Beckham on Sunday that they want "clarification" on from the league.— Big Blue View (@bigblueview) December 5, 2016
McAdoo: JPP still being evaluated and Giants won't know extent of groin injury until Tuesday afternoon— Big Blue View (@bigblueview) December 5, 2016