It is high time to send a message to the public of a sense of accountability
Eleventh, firing a head coach for reckless behavior by players on and off the field would send a message to the league and international fans that at the end of the day the person in charge and most aware of the darker side of a professional sports franchise should pay the consequences.
There those who may say: McAdoo has gotten the Giants out of a three game losing slump, seemed to stabilize Beckham’s half-life and looks like the Josh Brown situation is behind the Giants. In response, there is a legitimate concern that in American institutions, politicians and executives are let off the hook when their employees break the law are act recklessly.
Further, this type of correctional action would send a message that head coaches are not there as a formality as the Queen of England is today.
With great privilege comes great responsibility holds more true than ever before.
Not to make the Giants like a dictatorship where McAdoo suffers some type of penal servitude or unfounded threat of being a treasoner, but denying continued employment during the Bye week could send a powerful message.