4:43 PM ET
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Apparently it can get worse for the New York Giants.
That never goes over well with the suits at the top of the organization. The bad blood is real.
That doesn’t even take into account that this was a Jets offense that was averaging 12.0 points per game entering Sunday. The Jets scored 27 (seven came courtesy of a defensive touchdown) against a woeful Giants defense devoid of any significant talent.
Still, this was next level. All it does is increase the heat on Giants general manager Dave Gettleman for assembling this mess of a roster that might not even match last year’s five-win total.
The Giants (2-8) have now dropped six straight. It adds to the finger-pointing at head coach Pat Shurmur for his inability to get star running back Saquon Barkley going (13 rushes for one yard)