Five Players New York Giants Must Part Ways With

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Nov 9, 2014; Seattle, WA, USA; New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul (90) stands in the huddle during a second quarter timeout against the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

Well it has come to this my fellow New York Giants fans. Another season lost which means no playoffs for the third straight season. It is pretty clear that there will be many changes to this team after the end of another nightmare season to the personnel department, the coaching staff, and possibly the front office.

There have been many factors that have brought the Giants to be eliminated from playoff contention before the month of December like injuries, new offensive scheme, and miscues coming from both the players and the coaching staff.

While the biggest question for Big Blue is who will be the team’s head coach next year, there are also players who need to be held accountable for their consistent poor play. This team finds itself once again having to trim the fat off this team much like it attempted to do after last season.

This team was built on players with heart to overcome any adversity and who would fight until the end. This year’s team has seemingly lacks the heart to finish games and overcome adversity. This means changes must be made and I will give you five players whom I believe would be better off in another team’s uniform after this season.