Uhhh, what the hell was that? Has the obnoxious amount of 'LA Looks' he's been going through by the glop-full actually seeped into Ben McAdoo's scalp? That condescending explanation of how timers and/or clocks tend to work was such a sharp tongued criticism of his quarterback that I have no choice but to think that his slick backed hair has him thinking he's Dom Corleone or some shit. Problem is, the only thing he has Godfather'd is an offense with no running game and less pass protection in which success is predicated on the inconsistent hands of wide receivers with route trees that inexplicably fall about two limbs short of the first down marker.
As someone who thinks he's basically the 'Mona Lisa' of mediocrity, I am the furthest thing from an Eli Manning apologist. Still, who the hell is Ben McAdoo to talk about two-time Super Bowl MVP as if he's the mouth breathing moron he so often takes the form of by way of laughably off-target interceptions and inexcusable penalties? Obviously I can understand being frustrated with the leader of your team for failing to count backwards from 4 without costing his team 5. However, we are talking about a coach that went into the offseason with an awfully offensive line and came out of it with nothing more than an aging, enigmatic wide receiver and a scrawny tight end that couldn't block his own genitals without pissing away 15 yards of field position.
Eli Manning is most certainly not without his flaws. However, the guy whose negligence is liable to get him killed probably shouldn't be sarcastically pointing them out in a public presser like he's bullshitting with the Goombas over some postgame mutz at Tony Ravioli's. Especially since he's the only person in the organization whose look is easier to rip on than his starting quarterback's generally dumpy disposition.