Now what for the Giants? Potential replacements at coach and GM

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The New York Giants became the first NFL team to hit the reset button during the 2017 season Monday when they fired general manager Jerry Reese and head coach Ben McAdoo.

The early move gives the Giants additional time to line up candidates for both jobs. Ownership has enlisted former GM Ernie Accorsi as a consultant while assistant GM Kevin Abrams fills in for Reese and defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo fills in for McAdoo (both Abrams and Spagnuolo are candidates to shed their current interim designations).

The search could take them in multiple directions. Some of the possibilities I discussed with executives Monday were downright fascinating.

The Giants’ next leaders will have work to do.

Finding Eli Manning‘s successor at quarterback and upgrading the offensive line/rushing attack will be top priorities for the Giants’ next decision-makers. The team currently is in line to pick second in the 2018 NFL draft behind Cleveland, which could take a quarterback, and just ahead of San Francisco, which could already have one in Article source:

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