The Giants are such a mess that it brings to mind one of the saddest and ultimately heartwarming tales of all time.
No, it’s not the story that Ben McAdoo showed the Giants at the beginning of training camp about Frasier, the over-the-hill turned sex-crazed lion who lived out his final years as the king of the jungle, which was an interesting way to get the players fired up for the season.
Frasier was a good guess, however.
It’s the Lion King, silly.
The Giants used to be the gold standard of the NFL. They were a little late getting to the party in the Super Bowl era but have won four titles starting in 1986, which puts them in second place by themselves in the last 30 years behind only the Patriots, who have won five.
They had a seamless transition in 2005 when patriarchs Wellington Mara and Robert Tisch passed away within three weeks of each other and the…