Joe Judge won’t make any “radical changes” after 0-3 start

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The Giants are 0-3 for the second straight season and signs of progress from their 6-10 finish in 2020 haven’t been easy to see so far this season, but head coach Joe Judge isn’t planning to shake things up.

Judge said on Monday that offensive coordinator Jason Garrett and defensive coordinator Patrick Graham will continue calling the plays on their respective sides of the ball. There will be adjustments made heading into Sunday’s game against the Saints, but Judge emphasized that the team is not going to make any sweeping moves at the moment.

“We’re going to stay on the track and make sure we get things right before we make any radical changes,” Judge said, via Ralph Vacchiano of SNY.

The longer it takes for the Giants to get things right, the less good any radical changes will do them during this season and the likelier it will be that changes will be sweeping once they are made.

13 responses to “Joe Judge won’t make any “radical changes” after 0-3 start

  1. Joe Judge is part of the problem, not the solution…he’ll be lucky to coach another season after the real possibility of going 0 – 10 over the next 7 weeks this season

  2. Has anyone figured out Garrett even got the job as OC for the Giants after he had his playcalling duties taken away in Dallas?

  3. They’re playing good. They’ll get it rolling. You have to have a plan, and stick with it. Just keep working. You can’t second guess yourself and keep pressing the re-start button. That never works. It’s way too soon to start thinking about making changes.

  4. Judge is 6-13 as a head coach.
    I’m pretty sure the Chiefs coach is better than that.

    Maybe Judge could try to blame the Eagles again?

  5. When Judge is fired, the offense will suddenly become explosive. Judge needs to NOT pull a Wade Philips hear and fire Garrett stat. This offense actually looks worse than last year especially when you factor in the so-called additions. Gettleman needs to also go. He drafted a WR that doesn’t see the field in the first round after he signed a big free agent WR when Slater was staring him right in the face. He said he’d fix the o-line but has never made it the priority. Drafting one lineman in the first round is not fixing the o-line.

  6. They almost beat Tampa, eventual SB winners last season. The talent is there, they just need to put it together.

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