Are the New York Giants finally on the way back up from rock bottom?

Happy Wednesday morning, folks. We have a jam-packed newsletter for you.

Please check the opt-in box to acknowledge that you would like to subscribe.

Keep an eye on your inbox.

There was an error processing your subscription.

Let’s get right to it.

Good morning to everyone but especially to…


There weren’t many bright spots for Giants fans in the 2021 season (just look at the photo above). If early returns are any indication, 2022 will be better. The Giants fired head coach Joe Judge on Tuesday after two disastrous seasons in which New York went 10-23 and scored the fewest points in the NFL.

I’m not celebrating anyone losing their job. It’s important to be able to distinguish Joe Judge the person from Joe Judge the coach, as well as Joe Judge the person from the Giants organization.

Having said that, this was the correct move for the franchise.

As the losses mounted, Judge became increasingly bizarre and defensive in his press conferences. Last week, he took shots at the Washington Football Team and said his team wasn’t “some clown show” (it’s probably never a great sign if you have to declare that your team isn’t a clown show, by the way).

The Giants then lost to…


Read More

You might like

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *