The Giants fell for the fourth straight game on Sunday, as the Lions handled them 31-26 in their home Ford Field. And that's why the Giants have called a players-only meeting on Monday.
According to The Daily News' Pat Leonard, players are fed up with how they've been playing in recent weeks, which is why the meeting was called.
Safety Jabrill Peppers told Leonard the Giants are making the same mistakes on defense and "enough is enough." The Athletic's Dan Duggan added that Janoris Jenkins speaks for the team when he said they're "tired of losing."
The Giants, who came into the game with the 28th overall defense in the NFL, gave up 401 total yards. Matthew Stafford contributed to the largest chunk of them with 342 yards in the air for three touchdowns as well.
On the offensive side of the ball, the Giants weren't bad with Daniel Jones throwing for 332 yards and four touchdowns. But the crucial mistakes are continuing on both sides of the ball, and it's costing this New York team in the end.
The Giants can't continue to make these kinds of mistakes if they want their games to matter late in the season, so the team thinks it is the right move to have this meeting to address things head on before the new week.