Good morning, New York Giants fans! Let’s look at some of the headlines as we await Sunday’s season finale vs. the Philadelphia Eagles.
Latest on Pat Shurmur, Dave Gettleman
From Ian Rapoport, here is the latest on the Giants’ coaching and GM decisions as of Saturday night:
The Giants are among the teams considering moving on from their coach, as Pat Shurmur’s status is in doubt after two seasons. At this point, it appears that president and CEO John Mara is uncertain about moving on from another coach so quickly, while chairman and executive vice president Steve Tisch appears to be in favor of a new coach. The team has won two in a row and Daniel Jones has played well. Could a third win in a row alter the landscape? As for Gettleman, ownership is set to discuss everything - his status included.
Here is our look at the various scenarios that could unfold for the Giants.
Steve Serby writes that the Jets offer the Giants a “cautionary tale of ownership miscalculation that can foster dysfunction and debilitate a franchise.”
Whoever the coach is, Nate Solder says he will play wherever he is asked to next season.
“If they ask me to spin a hula hoop around my head, I’ll do that.”
The free-agent-to-be says there is a “pretty high percentage” chance he returns to the Giants next season.
Ottis Anderson thinks be belongs in the Hall of Fame:
“If you check my credentials, I think I earned the right to be considered [a Hall of Famer],” Anderson says. “Put me in ... until then, we’ll just keep on enjoying what I accomplished as a 14-year vet.”
"Eli is one of a kind and you’ll never find another guy like that.”
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