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Giants’ Joe Judge wanted former OC Jason Garrett out last year; more moves coming in New York
Sources said Judge, 38, was already displeased with the overall state of the offense when he fired offensive line coach Marc Colombo last November, with some in that organization bracing for Garrett to be gone after the season, if not sooner.
“It was already bad between them then,” said one source with knowledge of the situation.
Giants’ offensive problems go beyond coaching changes, despite win over Eagles
Only the Eagles and Texans had fewer yards than New York this week. For what it’s worth, Joe Judge said he was “very pleased” with the offense.
Giants report card: A defensive masterclass
A+ for the defense and a D on offense.
Evaluating Freddie Kitchens as Jason Garrett’s replacement: How did new Giants OC do in 13-7 win vs. Eagles?
Judge still isn’t going for it on fourth down though...
Giants troll Eagles with ‘Always Sunny’ theme song after win
The Eagles would have had a 56% chance to make the playoffs if they beat the Giants.— Tim McManus (@Tim_McManus) November 28, 2021
Now down to 26%, per ESPN Football Power Index.
In case you missed it
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- Post-game quotebook: What the Giants were saying after beating the Eagles
- Giants vs. Eagles ‘things I think:’ Is the offense fixed? What were the Eagles thinking? More thoughts
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