While we have no choice but to accept the fact that Reese somehow kept his job, think about this:
1. In making draft choices, Reese feels the pressure and refuses to invest in a player who is injured but is the best player available at a position we need to fill badly -- even if the injury is not career threatening in all likelihood.
2. Free agents are unwilling to play for NYG except at inflated sums, due to the likelihood that a bad 2016-2017 could lead to massive changes in the organization.
Did ownership think this through? How could Reese's upside outweigh this downside? Hard to imagine.