Giants coach Ben McAdoo is invoking Frasier, the sex-crazed lion, yet again.
In relaying his message to the 1-7 team to the media on Wednesday, McAdoo said, “Asked the Frasiers in the group to lead. If they need me for any reason, I’m available to them.”
McAdoo told the story of Frasier back in training camp, an aging lion whose sudden newfound virility led him to fathering 33 cubs in a 16-month span.
Ben McAdoo is still trying to figure out how to motivate his struggling football team.
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The Giants apparently failed to identify with Frasier the first half of the season, and it’s hard to see it happening in the second half.
McAdoo also called on young players, such as Sterling Shepard, Evan Engram, Dalvin Tomlinson and Avery Moss to also step up and become leaders while adding he believes “we have a run in us.”