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Judge: We need to keep improving
The Giants have won two straight games. They are in the NFC East title race. They are, though, still a developing 3-7 team with a long way to go to be the type of team they want to be. Coach Joe Judge made it clear on Monday that he recognizes that.
“I wouldn’t stop short and say anything that we’ve arrived. I don’t think we ever want to look at something and say like ‘OK, we’ve gotten to the point we want to be at.’ There’s a lot of improvement we want to keep making. There are a lot of things that we want to clean up,” Judge said. “I would say this though. On a weekly basis, I’ve seen a lot of improvement from our team.
“To me, it’s most evident when you turn the tape on. Look, there are several plays from yesterday that really encapsulate what I want our players to show everyone that watches that tape, and it’s important they look at it. Whether it’s Wayne’s (Gallman) touchdown on the fourth down and one where we drove everyone into the end zone and finished the blocks, or Wayne going over the top with good ball security. Whether it’s converting some tough, get back on track situations, defense getting off the field when they have to, special teams covering kicks and establishing field position. There were a lot of positive things to me, the effort, the urgency.”
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