Giants finally come to their senses, fire Joe Judge

The New York Giants have reportedly parted ways with head coach Joe Judge after two seasons.

It seems as though the New York Giants are cleaning house, as they have reportedly fired head coach Joe Judge after two seasons.

While there were moments during his first year on the job where it looked like the Giants were heading in the right direction, they devolved into the saddest football team of the 2021 campaign. This team was horribly constructed and the Giants seemed to get worse by the game. By the end of the season, it was like watching a bad high school team play football. They were utterly putrid.

The Giants also saw former general manager Dave Gettleman retire after this disastrous season.

New York Giants fire head coach Joe Judge after two seasons on the job

If this is not rock bottom for the Giants, can it possibly get any lower? They look considerably worse than the stadium rival New York Jets, who are beyond pitiful over in the AFC East. At least they have a head coach, a general manager, a young quarterback and a direction they are going on. The Giants are a proud organization, but one that seems to be making one bad hire after another.

This is the cornerstone NFL franchise in the country’s biggest media market. Since Tom Coughlin left the organization, it has been one Ben McAdoo after another. The former special teams coach from New England actually ran a quarterback sneak on a third-and-9 from inside their own 10-yard line. The Giants may have two top-10 picks, but they are worse than the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Whoever replaces Gettleman and Judge hast to get theirs hands dirty to clean up this filthy mess.

Products You May Like

Articles You May Like

Rob Gronkowski announces retirement after 11 NFL seasons
Robert Tonyan’s appearance at Tight End U inspires hope for Packers passing game
Tom Brady nominates Pusha T for long-awaited Grammy win with ‘Album of the Year’ tweet
Deshaun Watson suspension could be indefinite: What’s the Browns’ plan?
Deshaun Watson settles 20 of 24 civil lawsuits alleging sexual misconduct

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.