Joe Judge proudly emphasized that the Giants are not a “clown show organization,” however, no one is more ridiculed than Judge’s Giants.
Several ESPN spokespeople were delighted to rip the Giants coach to shreds and said team owners Jon Mara and Steve Teich “have no choice” but to fire judge After two shaky seasons.
“This is a proud privilege. This fan base deserves a lot of the best, as do the owners of the Giants and everyone else,” said former Jets coach Rex Ryan.
Ryan added that the Giants don’t want to keep riding coaches every two years but “they have no choice but to get rid of this guy.”
Rex coached Ryan Gates between 2009 and 2014. Chris Pizzello / Invision / AP
Two straight mediums sneak Jake Fromm in the second, third, and long, an all-out offensive surrender, during Sunday 22-7 loss to Washington Specific shots so far are in the era of the judge.
Ryan Clark, briefly defensive for the Giants before a long run with Pittsburgh, called judge “Timmy Tugnots” and criticized him for showing toughness during post-game press conferences. Invisible in the field.
“How about being tough during a match and really stopping someone? How about being tough during the match and really scoring friggin points?” Clarke said Monday in “Get Up!”
Joe Judge’s two seasons with the Giants saw the team constantly struggle.AP
“I’m so sick of Joe Judge. I wouldn’t hate the Giants so much if I didn’t hate Joe Judge so much. If he didn’t wake up looking completely bloated and it was all big and bad all the time—and lose every friggin’ game,” added Clark.
“I wouldn’t get angry if he was humble, if he wasn’t arrogant, if he didn’t act like he was Bill Belichick. Do you know what it is? Bill Belichick is walking off the field because he is so sorry.”
Ryan said the judge “embarrassed” the organization because he became the first Giants coach to lose six consecutive games with double digits. However, he was especially angry because the judge, in making his case to stay, dragged the others. There were shots in the reign of the Giants led by Pat Shurmore and a veiled criticism of Washington’s Ron Rivera, with the judge saying his struggling team at least didn’t have to. Handling fist fights.
“When he attacks these other franchises, the Washington football team in particular, about this and that and blasting at other organizations — and then you lose to them,” Ryan said. “You’re lucky that Ron Rivera didn’t see how strong you are. Because Ron I’m sure he would have whipped you right in front of everyone.”