Giants’ Joe Judge torn for calling an inexplicable QB sneak on 3rd and 9th: ‘That’s sad’

This challenge to play can give Giants fans big blues.

The Giants are fast turning into the 4-13 season, and several Sunday’s matches have perfectly encapsulated the radical, merry inability of the New York attack, and

At 3-0 at the end of the second quarter, the Giants began their ride deep in their own territory. On the third and ninth of their own 4-yard line, the Giants’ attack sank deep into the trick bag and called … a quarterback sneak?

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To make it even more hysterical, the Giants preceded their third a-9 sneaking into the second a-11 – and this followed a penalty for a wrong start, which pushed them a few inches from the goal line.

Fox commentator Chris Myers made it clear: “That’s sad.”

To try to apply logic to an otherwise illogical situation: The Giants attack the level of inefficiency of the peewee football league and are unwilling to risk deep in their own territory in a close match, Judge probably wanted to give his bettor a little more. breathing room.

Judge has been a critic of criticism since entering New York, and unfortunately for Bill Belichick, he doesn’t have the record, pedigree, or results of his mentor to give him the freedom he needed to play such a bizarre act. .

Reports suggest that owner John Mara may be willing to give Judge another chance in 2022, this time with a GM of his choice. Fox Sports ‘Jay Glazer announced on Sunday that Kevin Abrams, Giants’ assistant general manager, may be Judge’s choice.

Giants fans seem to have received this report well:

Elsewhere, NFL Judge analysts were torn apart for the decision to punt before the punt:


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