The real title of this article should be "the Giants embarrassed themselves on Sunday night football" because Green Bay was not impressive whatsoever. Tonight was the night for our offense to break out, we were going up against a Green Bay secondary that has been decimated by injuries so our elite wide receiver core should've had a field day. Too bad Eli Manning couldn't hit broad side of a barn tonight, he was inaccurate to the point that it cost us points, and several first downs. I'm the biggest Eli fan there is, but when he performs like he did tonight there's no defending him. The offensive line did not do a great job of protecting him that's for sure, but there is no excuse for him being inaccurate on passes that he's made a million times. Our pass rush that was supposed to be much improved, has not been existent through the first five games, as much as I'd love to blame Vernon and JPP, I can't, these two guys are work horses that play the majority of snaps, and do an outstanding job against the run. Steve Spagnuolo needs to figure out a way to get pressure on these quarterbacks though because Rodgers on many drop back tonight had well over 5 seconds to throw the ball. Still with all that time Rodgers was struggling to make anything happen, I guess that's a testament to how well our secondary played. With Eli Apple back in moderation tonight, along with DRC back in the starting lineup the secondary was much better than last week when they were both absent from the game. Janoris Jenkins kept the Giants alive for the majority of the game because he had two big interceptions, too bad the Giants offense wasn't able to capitalize by scoring touchdowns off those turnovers. Thank god he had those interceptions though, because if he didn't we would've lost by 20 points tonight. I'm starting to face the sad reality that the Giants made a horrible decision in firing Tom Coughlin and hiring Ben McAdoo, what we are seeing from McAdoo as this team's head coach is embarrassing. Starting with the way he has handled the Odell debacle, this issue should've been put to bed right away, instead it became a national story. The team continues to get killed by penalties and turnovers, the job of the coach is to make sure your team is disciplined so they don't beat themselves, and that's all the Giants have done. I believe we have all the talent necessary to be a very good team in this league, we just can't manage to get out of our own way. I'm not going to give up on the Giants just yet because in the NFC East anything is possible, but as a right now there's not a whole lot to be optimistic about. I don't care what the score of tonight's game was we could've won this game, we could've won all our games most likely, but we just continue to beat ourselves because of our lack of discipline. So until we can fix the simple things, we will continue to lose, there's a whole lot of football left so let's hope we can fix it, or this will be a very long season.