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Giants Coach Ben McAdoo Will At Least Consider Giving Up Calling Plays

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That, though, doesn’t mean it will happen

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New York Giants coach Ben McAdoo, under fire after an 0-2 start and an eighth straight sub-20 point game by the team’s offense, indicated Tuesday that he is at least willing to discuss giving up the play-calling duties.

That, however, doesn’t mean he will give them up. McAdoo is the architect of the Giants’ offense and since becoming head coach last season has repeatedly said he believes calling the plays is the best way for him to impact games.

“I have a chance to manage the game and call the plays on offense, I think that’s easier than adding a third [part] to the wheel,” he said last week.

Here are some of the other topics McAdoo addressed during his Tuesday conference call.

On whether the Giants are a good team ...

On the lack of points, just 13 in two games ...

On potential changes ...

When questioned about calling out quarterback Eli Manning on Monday night ...

On whether Ereck Flowers will remain at left tackle ...