Jason Garrett needs to help Daniel Jones out with his play calling
In New York Giants’ head coach Joe Judge’s first season at the helm, most of his coaches did a heck of a job. Then you have offensive coordinator Jason Garrett whose unit was ranked 31st in the NFL.
Despite Garrett’s poor play calling at times, quarterback Daniel Jones finished the season strong on Sunday despite some bumps along the way. He was asked about Garrett’s future on Monday.
“I’m not sure I’m in a position to comment on that,” Jones said, via BBV. “But I’ve certainly enjoyed learning from Coach Garrett. I’ve learned a ton of football, I’ve learned a ton of philosophy on offense, how he sees the game, what he’s learned in his time in the NFL as a player and a coach. I’ve really enjoyed working with him. I look forward to continuing that. I really enjoyed it.”
I think the Giants will keep Garrett for at least another year given how much they love him. I’m sure owners John Mara and Steve Ticsh are blaming general manager Dave Gettleman more than Garrett for the offensive issues given their lack of weapons.