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Giants' Brian Daboll Loses it During Sideline Tirade Over Penalties

Anthony DiMoro

The New York Giants are having a rough go this season and their loss to the San Francisco 49ers on Thursday Night Football put them in a bigger hole as they fell to 1-2 on the season.

But, the bigger storyline for NFL journalists and media is how inept the Giants offense has looked at times this season.

Despite losing running back Saquon Barkley to a high ankle sprain (according to ESPN's Jordan Raanan) for a chunk of time (ESPN's Adam Schefter says Barkley is expected to miss three weeks), the Giants simply haven't looked very good on offense, which is supposed to be a fortay of head coach Brian Daboll.

The Giants 30-12 loss to San Francisco was yet another example of the offensive issues the Giants have, and now things seem to be boiling over for Big Blue.

A video of Daboll made waves across sports social media, as the Giants head coach was absolutely furious over officiating during the game, and letting everyone know just how angry he was:

The Giants were hit with 6 penalties which totaled 37 yards. Those yards hurt especially with the Giants struggling to be productive.

During their loss to the 49ers the Giants mustered only 150 total yards of offense, in comparison to the 441 total yards amassed by the Niners.

The Giants were only able to collect 10 first downs versus 26 for the 49ers, and only had the ball for 20:50 versus San Francisco's 39:10 time of possession.

It's clear that a lot of work needs to be done in New York to turn their season around, but the Giants are going to be the talk of sports talk podcasts and articles for all the wrong reasons for the time being.

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