Mike Francesa may no longer have a daily radio show on WFAN, but that doesn’t necessarily mean he’s not airing his opinions about New York sports teams.
In fact, Francesa has been just as outspoken, he’s just been sharing his thoughts on a different platform. Instead of doing it on the radio airwaves in the Tri-State area, he’s been using social media to do so.
Francesa has long been critical of Giants general manager Dave Gettleman. In fact, he’s been so outspoken that Gettleman refused to come on his show on WFAN last year. That was probably because Francesa had called the Giants “a sad, chronic-losing organization” a few months prior.
So when the Giants got completely shut down by the Steelers in the second half of Monday’s season-opener, Francesa did not hold back. Here’s what he had to say about the Giants front office.
Gettleman has swung and missed on some draft picks, such as DeAndre Baker, but he does appear to have rebuilt the team’s defensive front. Still, there are a lot of holes on the roster, and the team does appear to lack leadership — both in the locker room, and in the front office.