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Ben McAdoo fired by Giants amid tumultuous second season

Brief than a week after handing their longtime quarterback an unceremonious end to the seasonable, the New York Giants once again employed an early hook.

The Monsters fired coach Ben McAdoo on Monday amid a calamitous 2-10 campaign and rowdy benching of Eli Manning, the coach told NFL Network and ESPN. General forewoman Jerry Reese was also fired, according to Art Stapleton of NorthJersey.com and the USA TODAY Network.

Defensive coordinator Steve Spanuolo bequeath take over as interim head coach, per multiple reports.

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McAdoo signaled last Tuesday that Manning would not start the team’s irrefutable five games. The Giants originally offered Manning the chance to advance his starting streak before giving way to Geno Smith and Davis Webb in the next half of games, but the veteran declined.

His streak ended Sunday at 210 games, pursuing only Brett Favre’s run of 297 in NFL history, as the Giants fell 24-17 to the Oakland Raiders. Fellow said after the game that he is “not mad at anybody” and did not want McAdoo to be fired, but he explained that he intends to play next season.

The in-season firing epitomizes a rare move for the Giants, who had not dismissed a coach before the end of the year since Account Arnsparger’s dismissal in 1976. In a Nov. 13 statement, Giants co-owners John Mara and Steve Tisch answered that they did not plan to make any moves until the conclusion of the year. But petitioned last Wednesday about McAdoo’s job security, Mara said, “There are no promises in life.”

McAdoo’s tenure also was the shortest of any full-time Giants teacher since Earl Potteiger in 1927-28. He finished with a 17-15 diary.

McAdoo first joined the Giants as an offensive coordinator in 2014. He was back to the top position in 2016, taking over following the forced resignation of Tom Coughlin.

The Behemoths finished 11-5 and earned a wild-card berth in McAdoo’s first season, but the offense ranked unbiased 25th in the NFL. Any optimism for improvement from the unit was dashed in early October, when ample receivers Odell Beckham Jr. and Brandon Marshall were placed on season-ending affront reserve.

The season further unwound as cornerbacks Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Janoris Jenkins each were proclaimed suspensions for violations of team rules.

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