The New York Giants just finished their season with a 4-13 record after a loss to Washington in their finale. Things don’t appear like they will be any better in 2022 as the team will have just $2.75 million in cap space this offseason, with little flexibility to create more, as $49 million has already been committed to roster bonuses and $9.4 million to signing bonuses.
FOX analyst Terry Bradshaw did not mince a single word when asked about the NFC East franchise.
“I can’t. There are none. It’s a bad, bad, bad job. It’s a bad coaching job by Joe Judge and a bad GM job by Dave Gettleman,” Bradshaw said.
He’s not wrong.
The Giants could do nothing right on offense as they called quarterback sneaks on second-and-11 and third-and-9 when they were backed up near their own end zone. Giants fans booed and Joe Judge deserved every bit of the backlash.
Judge’s explanation after the 22-7 loss won’t help Giants fans feel much better.
There is no way Giants ownership watched this year and thought bringing Joe Judge back was a good idea.
“The fans deserve better than what we gave them this year, our team deserved better than what we accomplished this year,’’ Judge said after the game.
“My focus right now is already on next season immediately and changing everything we have to, making every necessary adjustment so we come out here next year and we play the type of football that we have the exact results that we want to have as an organization.’’
The team lost its last six games by a combined score of 163-56 to close out a 4-13 season by often not putting a competitive product on the field.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.