Eli Manning and the Giants are coming off a very poor season and now Ben McAdoo will be the person in charge of turning things around. New York hired the former Green Bay assistant coach as its new offensive coordinator on Tuesday, according to Alex Marvez of FOX Sports.

McAdoo will replace Kevin Gilbride who retired following seven seasons as New York's offensive coordinator. The Giants may have made a change even if Gilbride didn't retire as New York was dismal on offense last season. The Giants ranked 28th in the NFL in total yards, points and yards per play. They also finished last in the NFL with 44 turnovers, including a NFL-high 29 interceptions.

Landing the 36-year-old McAdoo appears to be quite a coup for the Giants. He interviewed for the Browns head coaching vacancy as well as the offensive coordinator position with Miami. The Baltimore Ravens also asked for permission to interview McAdoo for their offensive coordinator opening, according to Ian Rapoport. Some expected McAdoo to head to Miami where he would be reunited with Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin. The two worked together in Green Bay when Philbin was the Packers offensive coordinator.