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ESPN published this video item, entitled “Is GM Dave Gettleman the reason behind the Giants demise? | The Max Kellerman Show” – below is their description.
Is GM Dave Gettleman the reason behind the Giants demise? | The Max Kellerman Show
Max Kellerman is joined by Weis Karzai to discuss the issues facing the New York Giants and how they can get back to playoff contention.
0:00 Weis Karzai joins Max Kellerman and analyzes Dave Gettleman and how he’s done as Giants GM.
2:15 Max Kellerman identifies the offensive line as the main problem with the New York Giants.
5:32 Max Kellerman wonders if the Giants lack of development as an issue can be the root of their issues.
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