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Glazer: Giants torn on Joe Judge’s future

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

According to Fox Sports NFL Insider Jay Glazer, the New York Giants brass are torn on head coach Joe Judge’s future with the team. The team could move on from Judge now that the season has concluded.

Glazer said that there is a lot of frustration within the locker room. It appears like Judge has lost the locker room, according to the report.

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Judge had struggled in his role with the team. Since the former special coach was hired by the Giants, the team went 10-23.

He has made several questionable decisions with the team. The capper may have been the quarterback sneak in the second quarter against the Washington Football Team.

With the team losing and on a third and nine from near their end zone, Judge asked Jake Fromm to do a quarterback sneak. Judge and the Giants were waving the white flag with the bonehead play.

While the Giants claim right now that they’re stuck on Judge, there is only one way out of this situation. And that’s to fire Judge, who is not motivating the players, like he was hired to do.

The Giants concluded their season on a six-game losing streak. During this stretch, they could only muster 21 points in a game once.

In their final four games, the team scored just 26 points. In their last two games, the Giants could only put 10 points on the board.

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Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the sports journalism field since 2002 and has covered numerous high-profile events, including 11 Heisman Trophy ceremonies.
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