Joe Judge Refused To Commit To Jason Garrett As His OC Following MNF Loss To Bucs

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New York Giants head coach Joe Judge was utterly noncommittal when asked if he planned to keep offensive coordinator Jason Garrett around through the season

It sure looks like Jason Garrett’s days as the offensive coordinator of the Giants are numbered.

Following the team’s blowout loss to the Buccaneers on Monday Night Football, New York head coach Joe Judge was asked bluntly if Garrett will still be the OC going forward.

Judge refused to commit to Garrett in the moment.

“I’m not going to get into it right now,” he said.

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After the quote, fans are now convinced that Jason Garrett will be fired in no time.

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After having a semi-successful run as the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys, Garrett has completely fallen out of favor during his time with the Giants.

The veteran coach has failed to mesh well with young QB, Daniel Jones, which was evident on Monday night.

Despite this being Jones’ third season in the league, he still looks completely lost and overwhelmed at times.

After the Giants send him packing, it’ll be interesting to see if anyone gives Jason Garrett another job in the NFL.

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