Staley, who was expected to miss at least two games, will play Sunday against the Giants after he wasn't even listed on the injury report Friday. Then there were the anonymous quotes about McAdoo last week saying he had lost the team. He's dishing out fines like insane. "He's ran us into the ground and people wonder why we've been getting got". By not playing Garoppolo, the 49ers won't be testing a potential long-term quarterback and will be making a huge decision with financial and on-field implications without any semblance of on-field information to go off of.
What he did have was the support of some Giants players. "Guys just don't care anymore".
Next up: The Seahawks host the Falcons on Monday night in Week 11.
Maybe this is a way for Shanahan to not reveal everything to the public but if that's the case, we'll find out when the team practices and we find out who is taking the first team snaps.More news: Paying More at the Pump? Gas Prices Surge 9 Cents in November
There was no mention of Reese, who has been the team's general manager since 2007.
The Giants not only are losing games, but they've barely been competitive.
But it has to be said that the Giants have officially hit rock bottom as they fell to a 31-21 defeat at the hands of the 49ers. The Giants had to suspend veteran cornerbacks Janoris Jenkins and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie last month. Now, they are the only team with a zero in the win column. Despite all that, we now know Ben McAdoo isn't going anywhere - for now. I guarantee you Giant fans were embarrassed.
Staley, who is wearing a tinted visor for protection, said he knew Tuesday he'd be playing against NY. "Why is this relevant?". Instead, there has remained much uncertainty as to when or if the 26-year-old will see the field this season.More news: Communicate around the house with the Google Assistant
But while the notoriously biting NY tabloids made their thoughts clear on Monday morning, on Monday afternoon the Giants released a statement from team owners John Mara and Steve Tisch affirming McAdoo's status as head coach. These are the Giants, a team that was picked by some experts to reach the Super Bowl this season.
The Giants are now 1-8 and are in the midst of one of their worst seasons since 2003.
With the wheels falling off this season, the sons of the late co-owners Wellington Mara and Bob Tisch may be ready to opt for the kind of franchise-changing moves that haven't been seen since the Giants bottomed out 39 years ago.
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