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Giants owner finally speaks, asks fans for patience

The New York Giants are currently mired in an eight-game losing streak — the second-longest such streak in franchise history — and all has remained silent in East Rutherford.

Besides the usual barrage of questioning for head coach Pat Shurmur and whatever players the team makes available throughout the week, no one has stepped up to face the music.

After canceling weekly interviews with WFAN, the Giants have enacted life as it would be seen in the film, “A Quiet Place.” There were no bye week press conferences, general manager Dave Gettleman has not been heard from in months and co-owners John Mara and Steve Tisch have remained out of sight.

That changed on Tuesday as Tisch briefly stepped out from the shadows in order to attend the March of Dimes Luncheon.

NBC 4’s Bruce Beck was able to corner Tisch and fire off some questions regarding the current state of the franchise, what — if any — changes were coming this offseason and if there was any specific message for fans.

There was.

Tisch offered absolutely no vote of confidence for Gettleman or Shurmur heading into the offseason, and arguably sounded a bit more assertive than usual.

Who wouldn’t love to be a fly on the wall when Tisch and Mara sit down to discuss what needs to be done and what’s next? You have to imagine that will be an emotionally-charged conversation.

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