On Sunday, the Carolina Panthers will visit New York City for a Week 2 showdown, and former New York Giants head coach Ben McAdoo will be at MetLife Stadium.

In 2016 and 2017, McAdoo led the Giants.

In 2016 and 2017, McAdoo led the Giants. McAdoo and the Giants finished 11-5 and made the playoffs in his debut season.

However, things reached their lowest point in 2017 when McAdoo was fired following a disgraceful 2-10 start, with the low point being when he benched Eli Manning in favour of Geno Smith.

McAdoo became the offensive coordinator for the Panthers in January.

 The Dallas Cowboys' Mike McCarthy hired him as an offensive consultant for the 2021 season before that.

McAdoo previously worked as a consultant with the Dallas Cowboys in 2021 and as the Jacksonville Jaguars' quarterbacks coach in 2020.

Most notably, McAdoo led the New York Giants from 2016 to 2017, having previously worked as their offensive coordinator for the previous two seasons under outgoing head coach Tom Coughlin.

Before joining the Panthers, McAdoo worked as an assistant coach for a number of collegiate football teams, as well as for the Green Bay Packers, New Orleans Saints, and San Francisco 49ers.

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