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Giants plan to bring back head coach Joe Judge and quarterback Daniel Jones for the 2022 season, per report

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The New York Giants are yet to release Joe Judge and Daniel Jones. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Giants plan to bring back both Judge and Jones for the 2022 season — despite the franchise’s struggles over the past two years.

New York have lost 10 games for the fifth consecutive season and are just one defeat away from being out post-season for the fifth year in a row. The Giants have not won a playoff game since winning Super Bowl 46 at the conclusion of the 2011 season.

While Jones and Judge remain intact for 2022, the same cannot be said about the future of general manager Dave Gettleman – who New York has not made a decision about his future. Since Gettleman took over as general manager in 2018, the Giants are 19-43 with a best season of 6-10 last year. Only the Jaguars, Jets and Lions have a worse record than the Giants since the start of the 2018 season.

Judge is just 10-20 in his 30 career games as head coach and the Giants have a 4-10 record in his second season, the second-worst record in the conference and last in the NFC East. , Judge’s struggles are linked to Jones, who this season completed 64.3% of his passes for 2,428 yards with seven interceptions from 10 touchdowns for an 84.8 passers rating. In three seasons, Jones has completed 62.8% of his passes with 45 touchdowns and 29 interceptions (84.3 ratings).

A poor offensive line hasn’t helped Jones succeed in the NFL, but his 36 fumbles since his rookie season (2019) lead the league. Jones has faltered 36 times in 38 matches as the Giants scored just 12-25 runs in the beginning.

With two high draft picks arriving in the first round (the Giants’ own pick and Chicago’s first-round pick), the Giants may find that a change in the front office is more necessary than blowing up the entire organization and starting anew . General Manager, Head Coach and Quarterback.

The judges have already made a significant head coaching change this season, firing offensive coordinator Jason Garrett in November. The Giants’ offense has really gotten worse since Garrett was shot, his points per game dropping from 18.9 to 12.3 and his yards falling from 322.8 to 283 (four games) per game.

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