After the embarrassing decision to bench Eli Manning which went over like a fart in church with their fan base, the New York Giants fires head coach Ben McAdoo and general manager Jerry Reese today, following another defeat in Oakland which brought the team’s record to a dismal (2-10) this season. Eli Manning was not the Giants problem, the terrible offensive line from a year ago was never addressed and was somehow worse this season, which left the Giants both unable to protect the quarterback and run the ball. The roster was ravaged by injuries, including top receivers Odell Beckham Jr and Brandon Marshall suffering season ending injuries early, while the excellent defense of 2016 regressed. McAdoo and Reese made the very unpopular decision to bench Eli Manning, who had started 210 consecutive games, in favor of Geno Smith who New York fans had already seen implode with the Jets. Ben McAdoo said Geno Smith gave the Giants a better chance to win than Eli Manning, a ridiculous statement, with New Yorkers met with disgust. The whole situation was botched so badly, it made the organization look incompetent, and it was clear that both Reese and McAdoo had to go after such a debacle. The Giants will be one of the most attractive job openings in the NFL this offseason, the Giants do have a talented roster filled with young playmakers and a solid defense on paper, the new head coach will be able to use the Giants early first round draft pick (current second overall) to handpick their quarterback and begin the next era of Giants football. As for Eli Manning, we have heard that both the Denver Broncos and Jacksonville Jaguars will want to bring him in this offseason, but at 37-years-old and already being offered multiple jobs on sports media retirement is also on the table for the two time Super Bowl MVP.