NY Giants: Who to blame after embarrassing loss to the Chiefs
In a game that was handed to them on multiple occasions, the NY Giants fall to 2-6 on the season after an embarrassing loss to the Chiefs.
Whether it be due to bad decision-making by the coaching staff or countless errors by the players, this loss was unacceptable.
The Chiefs are clearly the more talented roster. However, that does not make this loss acceptable.
Giants defensive coordinator Patrick Graham called an amazing game, while the players and other members of the coaching staff blew it
Here’s who is most to blame for the NY Giants’ loss to the Kansas City Chiefs:
Plain and simple: he blew it.
In the midst of an awful year, Oshane Ximines did not help his case to continue earning snaps going forward.
While the NY Giants were looking to make a big defensive stop in the middle of a tie game late in the fourth quarter, Darnay Holmes made a beautiful play for an interception that would’ve seemingly sealed the Chiefs’ fate.
However, that was not the case.
Ximines blew the play, and the game by jumping offsides which negated the interception, absolutely embarrassing.
Ximines has been struggling mightily this year, only tallying 12 combined tackles in 8 games while playing 35% of the defensive snaps.
It is very hard to make the case for him to receive many snaps going forward.