Jason Garrett will likely be with the Giants next season
Earlier in the week news came out that the Los Angeles Chargers have requested permission to interview New York Giants’ offensive coordinator Jason Garrett.
During his press conference on Wednesday, Giants’ general manager Dave Gettleman indicated that they don’t want Garrett to leave because of quarterback Daniel Jones.
“The possibility of Jason leaving, of course it makes you a little antsy,” Gettleman said via NJ.com. “Just imagine anybody, any of you guys, having your fourth editor in four years. It’s the same thing. It’s no different. So we’ll adjust and adapt and do what we have to do. Obviously anything we do moving forward, Daniel is a big part of it and we’re certainly conscious of that piece.”
It makes sense to keep things consistent for Jones, but the Giants also have to ask themselves if Garrett is making things more difficult for the offense with his play calling and system. Right now they clearly feel like he’s doing fine despite their offense begin ranked 31st in the NFL in 2020.
Right now, unless Garrett decides to take a head coaching job elsewhere this offseason, he will be back in New York for the foreseeable future.