Freddie Kitchens has chance to get back at the Browns
New York Giants’ tight ends coach Freddie Kitchens is getting ready to call the offensive plays for Big Blue against the Cleveland Browns, a team he was the head coach for during the 2019 season.
It’s funny how things have worked out because Giants’ offensive coordinator Jason Garrett would typically call the plays, but he tested positive for COVID-19 earlier in the week and will now be sidelined for at least this week.
Even though Kitchens will be calling the plays, he made it clear on Friday that the offense won’t be changing.
“Nothing’s changing with our offense. Our offense is our offense,” Kitchens told reporters, via Art Stapleton.
The Giants offense definitely won’t be changing. They’re a run-first team and are limited in the passing game with a banged up Daniel Jones and an average player in Colt McCoy that isn’t going to take over a game with his arm.
Kitchens was also asked about calling plays against the Browns.
“That’s kind of ironic. Really, it truly is just the next game. We’ve kind of prepared for this throughout the year,” he said.
I’m sure Kitchens doesn’t have any hard feelings towards the Browns, but I’m sure he will be motivated to calla great game and try and get the Giants a win on Sunday night.