Joe Judge’s biggest critic may be inside his own locker room.
Joe Judge’s job security has already been heavily scrutinized by the ownership of the Giants ’4-13 second season. If this is left to some of their players, the team will have a new head coach next season.
After the Giants ’22-7 loss to Washington, Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer said: “I’ve talked to people in that locker room – they want to continue with Joe Judge.”
Just three weeks ago, Glazer reported that the Giants intend to retain Joe Judge. That was before the full coverage of the Giants’ six-game losing streak to finish the season, scoring 163-56 in the process. After the Giants’ Week 17 defeat to the Bears, Joe Judge barged in 11 minutes after the game to defend the state of the giants and urge fans (and possibly ownership) that the team was heading in the right direction.
Despite their promises, the way the Giants close their season could affect the thought of ownership.
“I would say three weeks ago he had a 75 percent chance of staying, then 50 percent today, and then maybe 25 percent after that game,” Glazer said. “Dave Gettleman, GM, he’s going any way.”