‘SLOPPY’ — Giants Head Coach Dumps On Eli Manning For Latest Loss

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Last night, the Detroit Lions played the New York Giants in Met Life Stadium. After the Giants week one loss to the Cowboys, they looked to change that this week.

The Giants were not in the right mindset to make that change with another loss, losing 24-10 making their record 0-2. This is making the Giants’ season outlook not look so great and their head coach Ben McAdoo has something to say about it.

McAdoo said of the loss, “Sloppy quarterback play. Quarterback and the center need to be on the same page there. We’ve got to get the ball snapped.”

The coach also said as a quarterback who has been playing in the NFL for over 10 years, “Because we have a veteran quarterback who has played a lot of football. I expect us to get the ball snapped. Usually the clock goes from three, two, one, zero. Once it hits zero, they look at the ball, then look at the clock. Usually we have a tick once it hits zero to get the ball snapped without being a delay of game. I thought we had a chance to get it off.”

Fans on Twitter were not exactly happy with Manning’s performance either.

I would like to remind everyone that Eli Manning has won two SuperBowl’s, and both were against the Patriots. He’s allowed to have a few bad games – it’s not the end of the world.