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NFL World reacts to John Mara press conference


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New York Giants fans aren’t exactly happy with owner John Mara just yet.

He was forced to clean up after two seasons of Joe Judge as the franchise begins again.

Mara stepped onto the podium on Wednesday to face the media heat over the decisions he needed to make.

Mara pointed out that the team had reached new lows and even described it as a new “rocky bottom”.

His comments get everyone in the NFL reacting as the Giants dysfunction continues.

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Mara basically said he made a mistake and realized he had to move on from the judge.

But that doesn’t stop people from pointing out that the owner can be the biggest problem of all.

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It is simply the nature of ownership in sports.

People who are not experts in the game are hiring and firing just because they are the boss.

Someone like Mara cannot be fired, so they can fail as much as they want without any real consequences.

All Mara can do now is try again to find a head coach and general manager who can work together to at least bring the team back to a winning season.

The only problem is that the best candidates may not want to work for a franchise that has fired three coaches in six seasons.

Being so embarrassed can be a red flag for Mara and the Giants.

He can make sure he hires established candidates, if possible, and move away from a strategy of trying to do the most creative hiring.

It didn’t work out with Judge and the end result is that Mara is answerable for her latest mistake.

Giants fans can now spend the rest of the month debating head coach candidates and likely having a polarizing reaction to whoever gets hired.

NFL World reacts to John Mara press conference




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