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The Giants fire Joe Judge after just two seasons

The Giants fire Joe Judge after just two seasons. 

After two seasons and a 10-23, the New York Giants fired Joe Judge as head coach.

This move follows 24 hours of Dave Gettleman, general manager, choosing to retire.

John Mara, team president, stated Tuesday that “Steve (Tisch), and I believe our franchise should move in a different direction. 

We met with Joe Monday afternoon to discuss the current state of the team.” Joe and I spoke again this afternoon. 

It was during that conversation that I told Joe about our decision. We are grateful for Joe’s support of the organization.

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“I stated before the season began that I wanted to feel positive about the direction we were heading when we played our final game of the season.”

Mara stated that she couldn’t make the statement and therefore decided. “We will employ a general manager, and that person will oversee the efforts to hire a head coach.”

Judge met Monday with Giants players and discussed the future. This implied that Judge would be returning for the third year. 

NFL Network reported that Mara and Tisch were concerned about Judge’s compatibility with a new GM.

The Giants lost 22-7 to Washington on Sunday, completing a terrible 4-13 season. 

The judge decided to allow two quarterback sneaks to be pinned against the end zone of his team’s victory formation late in the first quarter.


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