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McAdoo says post-play penalties are a “poor reflection on me”

McAdoo says post-play penalties are a “poor reflection on me”

Well, at least he’s not blaming Eli this week.

Giants coach Ben McAdoo, who has received surprisingly little scrutiny for subjecting receiver Odell Beckham to surprisingly little scrutiny after his disgusting-act touchdown celebration, placed the blame for it on himself, sort of.

“Penalties snap to whistle are penalties that happen, combative penalties in the game,” McAdoo said Wednesday, via Ralph Vacchiano of SNY. “You can clean those up with fundamentals. Pre-snap and post-[whistle] penalties, we have to clean up and that’s a part of it. Celebration penalties are things you can’t have. It’s a poor reflection on me, on the program and on the organization.”

You can’t have…

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