Joe Judge was relieved of his duties after just two years as New York Giants head coach. Giants co-owner Steve Tisch was the primary force behind Judge’s exit, according to Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News.
Tisch reportedly convinced partner John Mara that a change was necessary after the Giants went just 10-23 in two seasons under Judge, who came to New York after spending eight seasons as a member of Bill Belichick’s staff in New England. Along with Judge’s departure, the Giants accepted the resignation of general manager Dave Gettleman, who announced his retirement. The Giants went 19-46 under Gettleman’s watch, as New York has not had a winning season since 2016. New York has had just one playoff appearance and no playoff victories since defeating the Patriots in Super Bowl XLVI.
Mara recently acknowledged that the end of the Giants’ 2021 season was the lowest point of his tenure with the organization. After winning two Super Bowls during his first seven years as co-owner, the Giants have had just two winning seasons since Mara became the team’s president/CEO in 2012.
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