Jason Garrett didn’t impress Giants’ fans in 2020
Bleacher Report recently posted an article naming the most disappointing player/coach for each team.
When it comes to the New York Giants, the coach that ended up winning (or losing, however you want to look at it) the award was offensive coordinator Jason Garrett.
Here’s what B/R wrote:
The Giants cannot be as happy with offensive coordinator Jason Garrett.
New York finished ranked 31st in both yards and points scored. Perhaps more importantly, second-year quarterback Daniel Jones failed to build on what was mostly a promising rookie campaign.
While the loss of star running back Saquon Barkley didn’t help, Garrett was the one responsible for putting together a functional offense. Considering New York failed to top 21 points 11 times in 2020, it’s fair to say Garrett failed in that task.
I liked how creative Garrett was at times this season. He certainly put together some really good drives when it came to his play calling. But there were way too many plays that left us all scratching our heads.
Garrett is currently interviewing for head coaching jobs and the Giants have made it clear that he won’t be fired despite their poor offensive ranking. So if he doesn’t take another job he’ll be in New York for at least another season.