Ben McAdoo takes multiple shots in first interview since Giants firing

Ben McAdoo took shots at a lot of people in his first public comments after his firing by the Giants during the season. The New York Post had them all and there were plenty of zingers.

He didn’t pull any punches against his own team either, and was less than complimentary of tackle Ereck Flowers.

He can’t bend, you got to be able to bend, McAdoo said. You can run around him on that side just like you can on the other side, Eli (Manning) just gets to see it.

He also didn’t leave out the team’s new acquisition at the tackle position in Nate Solder.

Getting a left tackle in there will help them in a lot of ways, McAdoo said of Solder. I don’t think he’s a very good player, but I think it will help them in a lot of ways where they needed help in that room in the past and they haven’t had anyone to do that.

What’s going on in Harper’s hemisphere is that his Nationals are hovering around .500 and are one of baseball’s biggest disappointments so far this season. Even when they have played well, it has been more in spite of him than because of him: From May Day until Father’s Day, a stretch that saw Washington go 25-15, Harper hit .197 with 50 strikeouts and 14 walks. It does help when we’re winning, Long said, but at the end of the day, he wants to be a main cog in this. He wants to be a big contributor, and that’s the part that frustrates him.

Former 49ers coach Steve Mariucci shared a video Saturday on Twitter saying the ashes are the same distance away from the goal post that Clark was when he completed his most famous play.

Don’t forget, the low-energy Cutler gave up the second-string game analyst job at Fox Sports last season to make a disappointing comeback with the Dolphins. Clearly, Cavallari is sick of Jay hanging around the house, watching deer videos and slamming down a cooler of elk meat on her expensive kitchen counter.

But when the 32-year old Cavallari tries to gently push her hubby of eight years to, you know, get a job, Cutler is evasive.

I’m not really looking to do a lot of work right now, I’m looking to do the exact opposite, said Cutler. As the New York Post noted, that will surely have NFL general managers clamoring for his services this offseason.

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