Its not a refund, but it appears the Giants at least have an apology policy.
With the season not as much circling the drain as drained, Giants co-owner John Mara apparently has been replying to fans who have written him letters in outrage.
A few weeks ago, I wrote a letter to John Mara, owner of the New York @Giants telling him how much I loved the team, but I was obviously disgusted with what was going on this season. Today, I received this… #ClassAct #GiantsPride pic.twitter.com/dYfZaA11wy
Mara, who along with Steve Tisch confirmed Monday that there would be no house-cleaning prior to seasons end, understands the anger.
I have your letter. Nobody is more upset than I am with our performance so far, the letter, posted on Twitter last week [email protected], reads. I learned a long time ago that the season is a marathon, nor a sprint, and things can look a whole lot different in December than they do.
We will evaluate everything at the end of the season, with a full body of information, before we make any major decisions. In the meantime all we are focused on right now is trying to win our next game.
Thank you for writing and for your loyal support of the Giants.
The Giants are 1-8 and coming off the worst loss of a season filled with worst losses, a 31-21 defeat at the hands of the previously winless 49ers.