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And the play-caller is ...
... Still to be revealed.
Giants coach Joe Judge stuck to the “we’ll work through it collectively” script on Wednesday when asked if he was ready to reveal who would call offensive plays on Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Judge told media that “I have an idea” who that play-caller will be, but didn’t want to tell the media.
“We’ve got a lot of things that may be a little bit up our sleeve,” Judge said. “Any competitive advantage you want to have you want to keep to yourselves.”
For what it’s worth, Eagles coach Nick Sirianni said he would handle things the same way if he were changing play-callers.
“If I’m Coach Judge I’m doing the same thing and I’m not saying who’s calling the plays because then it’s one less thing we can prepare for,” Sirianni said.
The expectation is that senior offensive assistant Freddie Kitchens will call plays.
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