Joe Judge ready for Cowboys
In his first year as the New York Giants’ head coach, Joe judge has done a tremendous job leading this young team to a 5-10 record despite their lack of talent on both sides of the football.
Despite their record the Giants can win the NFC East on Sunday with a win over the Dallas Cowboys and a Washington Football Team loss.
Judge is so fired up for this game that he’s willing to play it in the parking lot.
“Once you get out there, you can play in the backyard, you can play in the parking lot, you can play in the sandlot, it doesn’t really matter. It’s two teams going after each other. It’s a rivalry game,” Judge said, via Giants.com.
Even though the Giants won’t have a big home field advantage without any fans in attendance, the Giants will have the luxury of playing on their home turf.
“I’ve been saying all year and I’ll say it again, it’s definitely a different feel and a different element not having fans there. It’s definitely something we want to have back as soon as possible,” Judge said. “I don’t know if the fans really realize, but the energy part of the game, the energy part of the stadium, the team interactions, that’s a key part of what we do and it’s really what you work hard for. It’s really the reward for your hard work. We definitely would rather have fans.”
It would be nice if the Giants controlled their destiny. But even if they defeat the Cowboys and end up not winning the division, it will be a nice way to close out this campaign.