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Pat Shurmur will continue calling plays for Giants

The New York Giants enter their Week 11 bye with a 2-8 record and are currently mired in one of the worst stretches in franchise history, but despite that, there will be no changes — very literally no changes.

Despite clamoring from an extremely frustrated fan base, the Giants do not intend to fire head coach Pat Shurmur, who has also made it abundantly clear that he’s not going to fire anyone on his staff.

Moreover, Shurmur refuses to give up play-calling duties — a consistent gripe for anyone who watches this team on a weekly basis.

In other words, the Giants will return in Week 12 sporting the exact same coaching staff, the exact same schemes, the exact same play-calling and, for the most part, the exact same personnel.

This is what Big Blue is going to roll with negative results be damned. The collective unit is stubborn as a mule and can’t seem to grasp why things are going wrong and in the literal definition of insanity, continue to do the same thing expecting a different result.

Should the Giants continue to bomb out on the back of a head coach who refuses to change a thing, then perhaps Shurmur’s job security becomes a little less secure going into the offseason. After all, an essential willingness to continue to lose without any change will not be something co-owner John Mara and Steve Tisch view in a positive light.

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