A few weeks back, the New York Giants co-owner John Mara gave head coach Joe Judge a vote of confidence even though the team’s performance under him has not improved.
There was even a report that he would be involved in the search for a new general manager. That’s all gone now after the Giants lost their fifth straight game in Chicago on Sunday.
Over that stretch, the Giants have gotten crushed to the tune of 141-49. Their offense is now averaging two points less per game (15.7) than they did last year when they finished 6-10.
At 4-12 with one game remaining in this dismal season, Judge is 10-22 since taking over as head coach, putting him in infamous company with such names as Bill Arnsparger, Ray Handley, Ben McAdoo, Pat Shurmur and John McVay.
All of those names above were fired after short stints with the team. Judge should get the same treatment, no? Here’s why management should not give Judge an automatic rubber stamp of approval.