Joe Judge still has plenty to prove
Despite the fact that the New York Giants finished the 2020 NFL season with a 6-10 record, it was obvious that head coach Joe Judge has this team headed in the right direction with the way his players respect him.
Dalton Miller of Pro Football Network has ranked all 32 NFL head coaches and has Judge at number 18, which I think is fair. Here’s what he wrote:
I was skeptical of the former special teams coach making assistant coaches run laps at practice, but the Giants appeared well-coached in 2020. Their defense was much improved, and the offense survived despite being held back by an injury to their star running back, a lack of high-end wide receiver output, underwhelming quarterback play, and Jason Garrett.
Additionally, the Giants’ roster improved during the offseason. It all comes down to whether Daniel Jones can limit his turnovers.
This is certainly a better ranking then what Patrick Daugherty of NBC Sports gave Judge. He also said he’s one of the worst coaches in the NFL. Which seems silly after only one season in New York.
Judge now has a loaded roster after the Giants made some major moves in free agency to bolster their wide receiver corp and secondary this offseason. Let’s see how this year’s team performs.
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