LISTEN: Ben McAdoo Tells WFAN He's Already Working To Fix Giants' OffenseWhile the defense excelled, especially over the second half of the season, the offense sputtered, ranking 25th in the NFL in yards and 26th in points.
Keidel: Ben McAdoo Era Is Off To An Encouraging StartMaybe McAdoo hasn't reached the land of contract extensions, but his maiden season was a success, even if the final game on the Frozen Tundra of Lambeau Field left a foul taste on your tongue.
Season Review: Where Do Giants Go Following Brutal End To 2016?The New York Giants made a successful return to the NFL playoffs this season. But at the end of the day, Big Blue was throttled by the Green Bay Packers on Wild Card Weekend, leaving many questions in its wake.
LISTEN: Giants' McAdoo Discusses Preparing For Elements At Lambeau FieldBen McAdoo is preaching preparation this week as his Giants get ready for their wild-card game at Green Bay -- but that isn't limited to X's and O's.
Giants' McAdoo Downplays Trip To Green Bay For First Playoff GameBen McAdoo isn't worried about his emotions heading back to Green Bay for the first playoff game as coach of the New York Giants.
Waiting For McAdoo's Plan, Giants Say They'll Be Ready For RedskinsBen McAdoo hasn't announced whether he intends to play his starters the usual number of snaps Sunday at Washington, but Giants players say they're approaching the game just like any other week.
NFL Fines Giants, Moves Back Draft Pick Over Walkie-Talkie UseThe Giants will pay for breaking NFL rules by using a walkie-talkie in their Dec. 11 win over the Cowboys.
Giants May Have Broken NFL Rule By Using Radio Sunday NightThe league has a policy that prohibits coaches from using a radio during a game because he would not be cut off from talking when the switch operator for the coach-to-player helmet communication system is supposed to cut off communication.
LISTEN: McAdoo Likes Giants' Defensive Line's Chances Against Cowboys' O-LineArguably the Giants' biggest game of the regular season is drawing near.
LISTEN: McAdoo Talks About Challenge Steelers Offense PresentsThe Steelers have arguably the most talented offensive triplets in the NFL today in quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, running back Le'Veon Bell and wide receiver Antonio Brown.
McAdoo: Giants In Position To Make December ImportantIn his rookie season as coach, Ben McAdoo has taken the Giants into somewhat neglected territory.
LISTEN: McAdoo Says Cutler Could Be More Dangerous Without Jeffery In LineupWhen the Bears play the Giants on Sunday, Chicago will be without star wide receiver Alshon Jeffery, who is starting a four-game suspension after testing positive for performance-enhancing drugs.

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