NFL: Giants fire offensive coordinator

Looking for solutions, the New York Giants showed offensive coordinator Jason Garrett the way out on Tuesday.

The dismissal comes less than 24 hours after the Big Apple team were defeated 30-10 by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

After the match, in a press conference, the pilot Joe Judge criticized his coaching staff. “The players have to run. It’s their job, isn’t it? It’s our job to teach them, ”he said.

“We have to make sure that we put our players in a position to be successful, and that’s consistent. You can write that we didn’t do our job. I’m not going to debate this. ”

This was the second season in which Garrett dealt with the Giants’ offense, who had previously been the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys for 10 years.

In 2021, the New York club’s offense ranks 25th in the NFL for points scored and 23rd for yards gathered. In these two categories, the attack had finished 31st in 2020.

Currently, the Giants are 3-7, which puts them fourth and last in the National Association’s Eastern section. Next Sunday, they will host the Philadelphia Eagles at MetLife Stadium.

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