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New York Giants fire Joe Judge

New York Giants fire Joe Judge

  • Giants
Jan 12
SW Creative
  • SportsWriters

After two losing seasons, the New York Giants fired coach Joe Judge on Tuesday. The move came a day after Dave Gettleman retired as its general manager.

With a .10-23 record and just a 303 winning percentage, Judge is the third-worst performing coach in Giants’ franchise history. He is also the third straight head coach to be fired after just two years.

Judge was considered safe at the start of the season. But, the team lost quarterback Daniel Jones to a season-ending injury and then, for the first time in team history, used three different starting quarterbacks the rest of the way with poor results.

John Mara, Giants co-owner, even gave Judge a vote of confidence despite the team’s 0-5 start. But, the loss to the Chicago Bears two weeks ago and the loss to Washington Football Team last week made it easier for the Giants to fire Judge.

Before he was hired by the Giants, Judge spent eight years as the special team’s coordinator for the New England Patriots.

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