The verdict came out. Jo Judj, you’ve been fired.
Giant fans can now rejoice. They are new beginnings all over the world. New head coach, new GM and new players. While this franchise is far from being a contender for the Super Bowl again, it could at least take on new leaders and get the ship back on track.
The judge will receive $ 15 million over the next three years for not working another day on the Giants franchise. Not a bad concert.
To dive into Joe Judge’s dismissal and dive into where the Giants could be head coaching, we bring you an extraordinary episode of the Blue Rush podcast featuring Lawrence Tynes and Paul Schwartz.
Blue Rush podcast with Paul, Lawrence and Jake
- THIEF: The Giants did not want to associate the new GM with the judge. They had to make that decision and start all over again. The referee melted the stretch of the season with an 11-minute press and some of what he said. He had a bad team that Dave Getlman gave him.
- THE FUTURE OF JUDGES: $ 15 million is a lot of money to be unemployed. The referee may never be the head coach again. Maybe you can get a coordinator job. He’s a player and only 40 years old, so it’s hard for him.
- CANDIDATES FOR HEAD COACH: Who should the giants hire? We will review the list of candidates and discuss whether they are suitable: Jim Harbo, Jim Caldwell, Brian Daboll, Brian Flores, Byron Leftwich or Doug Pederson?
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