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New York Giants’ head coach Ben McAdoo has said that the offense will be going through some changes to turn things around from their disappointing 2016 campaign.
Motivational pictures all over the intergoogle agree: Change starts with you, and that if you want to see a change, you need to make a change. McAdoo definitely took those motivational pics to heart. We have yet to see what schematic changes McAdoo has made to the offense, but he has made one change we all can see.
Ben McAdoo with a fresh cut. One reporter called it Pat Riley-esque. McAdoo said he's keeping it fresh. pic.twitter.com/VMzTItLRVu— Jordan Raanan (@JordanRaanan) June 13, 2017
“Got to keep it fresh,” McAdoo said.
At least one Giant — who shall not be named, due to complaints regarding the over-saturation of stories about him — is already known for his two-tone hair, and landed an deal with an anti-dandruff shampoo because of it. We have yet to hear if he approves of his head coach’s new look, but so far the Internet is interested.
The evolution of Ben McAdoo has really been something. pic.twitter.com/pyBztU4VYg— ROCK THUNDERPUNCH (@RokThunderpunch) June 13, 2017
Ben McAdoo coming out with a FRESH cut at OTAs.— 120 Sports (@120Sports) June 13, 2017
( via @JordanRaanan) pic.twitter.com/LwFyJBZgHf
Ben McAdoo used: 11 PERSONNEL! pic.twitter.com/aecthbiXod— JortsSZN Ethan (@EthanGSN) June 13, 2017
Quarterback Eli Manning took a good-natured poke at McAdoo’s new style.
“You can’t get on the head coach ever, right? I thought it looked outstanding, really outstanding,” he said.
It remains to be seen if McAdoo’s new ‘do will give him some new swag, and if that will carry over to the offense, but it does mean that Damon Harrison will have to get a new shirt.
You better call Benny with the good hair. pic.twitter.com/gYqEmh6FnK— Damon Harrison (@BigDame900) May 11, 2017