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The risks of setting Joe Judge up with new Giants’ GM

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Jim Caldwell, the lions ’most successful coach of the 21st century, lasted two seasons, equal to his marriage in the NFL.

Some may say he is happy to be here for a long time.

Lovi Smith, who was the NFL coach of the year and led the Bears to the Super Cup, only lasted one season in his mandatory installation. The same goes for Chuck Pagano, who has not been politely extended to coach with two reserve defenders, as the Colts missed the great Andrew Luck all season.

The only question as the Giants enter the final week of the season is the fate of head coach Joe Judge. Despite the inevitable change of CEO Dave Getlmann, will he survive despite the strong emotions around the team before the five-game defeat? Will co-author John Mara choose to clean the house completely for the second time in five years? Or will the decision be left to Getlman’s successor?

According to a study by The Post published by Pro Football Reference and FootballPerspective.com, 104 general managers have been hired since 2000. More than half of the moves were accompanied by a change in head coach, including those moving in a twin lineup. The smaller sample size (since 2014) shows that there is an equal divide between the 15 new GMs who inherited the head coach and the 15 new GMs who started.

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What can you expect if the giants marry a judge?

When it worked

Now Reed (Chiefs) and Mike Holmgren (Seahawks) won the Super Bowl after being fired by GM, and Tom Coflin (Giants) won two after Ernie Accorsi retired. Marty Schottenheimer (Chargers), Mike Shanahan (Broncos) and Jeff Fisher (Titans) won at high speeds before and after the GM change, although all three were fired by GM, who was out of place when he was hired.

Ron Rivera survived two GM shifts with the Panthers – from fired Marty Hurn to Getlman (they went to the Super Bowl together) to Hurn – until he was fired. Rivera is top of the group – just like the referee – because his post-two-season record (13-19) justified the change more than he had twice predicted for the Coach of the Year award. When the transition period came, the resumes of others were more.

There is no irony that the best evidence to hold a judge would come from an example involving Gettleman.

When he wastes his time

If the giants choose to keep the judge, the risk is that creating separate time schedules will lead to wasting the year. GM, which wants to embark on a four-year restructuring, does not always make decisions in favor of a hot-seat head coach, and vice versa.

There are 11 examples of an inherited coach being fired in the first season or later, including Smith, whose job was not saved at 10-6.

Joe Philbin showed the least patience – he was shot by dolphins after four games, Eric Mangini (Braunz), Hugh Jackson (Braunz), Dave McGinnis (Cardinals), Mike Singletary (49), Rod Marinelli (Lions), Mike Sherman (Packers), Mike Riley (Chargers) and Pagano lost records in the first year of their new partnership. Super Bowl winner Mike McCarthy (Packers) was the most successful in this short-handed group.

The Jets have tried to stay with the coach twice in that decade, and twice – Rex Ryan and Adam Gays – the coach was fired after two seasons. Neither Ryan (12-20) nor Geys (9-23) was as close to grief as Caldwell, whose 9-7 seasons in a row – the Giants would welcome with open arms after five consecutive defeats scenario – accepted it. was fired so GM Bob Quinn could hire his old friend Matt Patricia and start the 13-29 season.

“I think if he had been put in his position, I would have left the day he arrived,” Caldwell later said.

Jay Gruden (Washington) survived the GM change – he was closely associated with team president Bruce Allen – but his six-year career brought him only one playoff berth.

X factor

Who is the new GM? An internal candidate nominated like Kevin Abrams – a 20-year-old member of the Giants ’previous office who has established a strong relationship with the judge – is more likely to be more tolerant of the heir.

Jim Haslett (Saints), Mike Munchak (Titans), Jack Del Rio (Jaguars) and Dick Jauron (Bills) benefited more from domestic changes than their records guaranteed.

Dan Reeves (Falcons), Bill O’Brien (Texans) and John Gruden (Buccaneers) won the fight for power within the organization and served as de facto GM or hired friends. The previous scenario will not happen with the Giants structure, but the judge may have a strong say in choosing his master, which will provide a longer runway.

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