This year wasn’t necessarily what the New York Giants and their fans had in mind. They started off the year winless but started to pick things up little by little along the way.
Unfortunately, it wasn’t enough as they missed the playoffs yet again. Now it appears that the team may be getting a face lift with the coaching staff and roster this off-season. Of course Eli Manning will remain their starting quarterback, but they have a bunch of spots on the roster that need to be fixed.
Offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride recently walked away from the game last Thursday after a terrible year with the New York Giants. He was their coordinator for 10 years and could have been forced out if he hadn’t decided to call it quits according to Ralph Vacchiano on Twitter.
Wow. John Mara on Kevin Gilbride’s retirement: “Fortunately it didn’t come to any type of situation where he had to be forced out.” #NYG
— Ralph Vacchiano (@RVacchianoNYDN) January 9, 2014
Good thing he decided to retire instead of having a nasty fall out with the front office.