By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The New York Giants have been a laughing stock on head coach Joe Judge. In what may be his final game leading the team, he’s going to get blamed for what happened in the season finale.
With the Giants losing to the Washington Football Team, either Judge or interim offensive coordinator Freddie Kitchens called for a quarterback sneak on third down. Yes, you are reading that correctly.
The play went down with about five minutes left in the second quarter. The Giants were backed within their three-yard line.
They were trailing 3-0 at MetLife Stadium in front of their fans when the team lined up for the quarterback sneak, It was 3rd and 9 when the quarterback sneak happened.
Fox Sports broadcaster Chris Rose said “interesting formation.” The other broadcaster said, “You do not feel comfortable enough to run a traditional play. I get the first one and it puts you backed up within your four-yard line.”
As you could have imagined, the Giants fans were not pleased with the call. The fans were voicing their opinion that they want a new leader leading their team. The fans have given up on Judge being their leader.
The Giants brass will have to decide what to do with their head coach after the season in the coming days.
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