Joe Judge gives himself a chance with the shooting of Jason Garrett


Joe Judge has just become a Joe Judge and a jury, sentencing Jason Garrett to a long and prolific life outside of East Rutherford. His offensive coordinators at the start of the bye week.

Those two mistakes ended the right Tuesday, as Garrett had to go completely. In an era of innovative, high-flying crimes, his senses were an attack. Garrett did not know how to maximize his skill level or develop Daniel Jones as a rock-solid starter, which became painfully obvious to the national TV audience, which laughed at what happened to the Giants (3-7), and pseudo-man Eli Manning, who told the Bucks Jones said “Geez” when he threw his second pick in the blowout loss.

Eli scratched his head, and the next day the judge finally scratched the itch that Garrett had to book on a flight out of town. The head coach shook his head and he knows it. They invite more tests of their own job performance, because you dismiss several helpers before someone dismisses you.

But the judges are more likely to return next season, with the exception of a meltdown in these final seven games, with five of them winning. To be clear, I still bet on the idea that the 39-year-old judge has shown enough signs that he has a chance to get better at it. I still roll with Bill Belichick’s pre-hire recommendation about John Mara’s former New England assistant, telling the Giants co-owner, “He’s better than the last two guys you hired.”

One reason that judges Pat Shurmur and Ben McAdoo can prove better than them is clear in this decision. The jury did not just dismiss Garrett. He picked players over coaches, but the whole league was looking to see if he could do it.

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Joe Judge (far right) is looking at Jason Garrett (far left) when the Giants lose to the Buccaneers on November 22, 2021.
Charles Wenzelberg / New York Post

“To me, when you come to training, it’s about the players,” the judge said in Tuesday’s conference call. “The way I have grown in this business and the way I look at the game. It’s about the players. This is a players game.

Judges may have saved their Giants career by making the move and saying those words. Although he adds that he never worries about outside perception and that he is “not trying to make any kind of statement in terms of coaches against players,” his actions and answers speak for themselves.

Most NFL players watch “Monday Night Football” and many of them watch postgame pressers. Of them, the judge blamed the coaches, and without naming Garrett in particular, “We haven’t put our players in the position to make plays. We have a lot of good players and we have to put them in a position to be profitable.

The judge said he would be late for the office and get up early for the players and that he was “an important part of the team.” At NFL homes across the country, you can almost hear the jaws falling to the floors. Judges Belichick and Nick Saban were graduates of the school. He had to be an obsessive dictator who ran his training camps as an over-heated high school coach, ruled by air running, laps and push-ups. Judge’s camp was supposed to be the sport’s modern-day answer to Bear Bryant’s Junction Boys, and players would leave him and retire on him and spread the news to free agents that they should sign with someone else.

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Jason Garrett before his final game with the Giants on Monday night.
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But where was that coach when he stood up for the likes of Kenny Golladay and Kadarius Tony against the peer that has a lot of fans around the league and within the Giants’ ownership suit? The judge correctly ruled that Golladay was a $ 72 million free agent and Tony was a first-round pick and Garrett failed them both.

Don’t kid yourself with the thought that NFL stars and potential stars didn’t notice and the next time they were available and the Giants didn’t gather some ideas to call.

Imagine Joe Judge’s Giants still on the phone.

Yes, the judges are in a hurry to win a few games starting Sunday against the Eagles, who have no deal with the Giants in the NFC East. The Giants head coach has opened up the possibility of what he calls plays. Either way, if his team stays face-to-face for the rest of the season, the judges will follow the next man out the door – a perfectly matched GM, Dave Gettleman.

But at least the judges have been given a fighting chance here. He had a choice between talented and unproductive, long-time fraternity members, and he chose talent neatly. His locker room noticed. Players around the NFL noticed. And maybe one day those players will help Joe Judge become a better head coach in New York than Jason Garrett in Dallas.

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