Giants coach Joe Judge after 12th loss of the season: “This is not a clown show organization”
After the Giants’ 29-3 loss to the Bears on Sunday, New York head coach Joe Judge spoke to reporters for more than 10 minutes after being asked why fans should believe that he can right the ship. He promoted the culture of the franchise and said players who are expected to become free agents are in his office begging to come back, and said he gets calls twice a week from players who have signed. elsewhere for more money wishing to still be in New York.
The judge’s message was that he and his staff set the foundation and culture for success despite the team’s performance on the pitch. The Giants are 4-12 this season and have the league’s fourth worst point margin, edging 143 points this year.
The judge, who is 10-22 years old since taking over the franchise in 2020, offered several examples to substantiate his point. He said there were no “golf clubs in the locker room,” indicating his team had not checked, possibly a reference to the golf bag of former Giants wide receiver Golden Tate in front. his locker at the end of the 2019 season.
He also said the Giants don’t have any sideline brawls, likely a comparison to the sideline incident between Washington football defensive players Jonathan Allen and Daron Payne.
He also said he would not publicly blow up the players like a “coward”.
The Giants end the 2021 season with a clash against Washington next Sunday.
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