New York Giants Fire Coach After Brutal Loss to Tom Brady and Tampa Bay Buccaneers


After a 30-10 loss to Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Monday night, the New York Giants dismissed a coach. The organization revealed on Tuesday that offensive coordinator Jason Garrett had been sacked after less than two years on the job.

The Giants offence has struggled this season, scoring 18.9 points per game, enough for 25th in the NFL. The offence finished 31st in the league last season, scoring 17.5 points per game.

“It’s okay if you put that down tonight.” “Did you get that?” According to ESPN, Giants head coach Aaron Judge admitted responsibility for the loss on Monday night. “It’s something you guys can work on tonight.” Players must be able to execute. Isn’t that what they’re supposed to do?

It is our responsibility to educate them. It is up to them to go out and put the plan into action. We must, nevertheless, guarantee that they are given every opportunity to succeed. By the way, it has to be constant. So go ahead and scribble that down. I’m not going to argue about it.”

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Garrett, age- 55, joined the Giants following a 13-year tenure in various positions with the Dallas Cowboys. He joined the Cowboys as offensive coordinator in 2007. In 2008, he was elevated to associate head coach and offensive coordinator, and after Wade Phillips was dismissed, he was named interim head coach in 2010.

In 2011, he was chosen head coach, a post he retained until the 2019 season. Garrett has an 85-67 record as the Cowboys’ head coach, including a 2-3 postseason record.

He was the NFC East’s three-time champion and had four winning seasons. In 2007, the Pro Football Writers of America named him Assistant Coach of the Year, and in 2016, he was named NFL Coach of the Year.

According to the team’s official website, after Garrett’s contract expired in 2020, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones remarked, “We are exceedingly thankful to Jason Garrett for his more than 20 years of devotion to the Dallas Cowboys as a player, assistant coach, and head coach.” “At every step of his career, his level of devotion, character, and loyalty to our company has been remarkable.”

Garrett also had time in the NFL as a quarterback, from 1993 until 2004. As a backup for Troy Aikman, he won two Super Bowls with the Cowboys. Garrett has competed for the New York Giants, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Miami Dolphins in the past.

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