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NBC Sports Analyst Thinks New York Giants’ Joe Judge Is The Worst Head Coach In The NFL

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NBC Sports Analyst Patrick Daugherty recently put together a ranking system of the current crop of NFL head coaches. Unfortunately for the New York Giants, their head coach came in last place.

Daugherty gave a lengthy explanation as to why Judge deserves the last place spot. He cited things such as the Giants lack of improvement on offense in year two of his regime and even referred to Judge as a “football parody.”

You can read the full explanation below:

Joe Judge began his Giants career with bits. No names on jerseys, etc. It made him an easy punchline for a slumping organization. Things started off equally poorly during the regular season, where Judge’s squad produced 0-5 and 1-7 records. The second half was much better, with the G-Men closing 5-3 and coming within a Nate Sudfeld cameo of winning their pathetic division. With offense exploding league wide, the Giants were a rare bulwark for the other side of the ball, surrendering 94 fewer points than the year prior. That was the ninth best mark in football after three seasons of finishing 23rd or worse. The problem was Judge’s offense, which showed zero second-year improvement under erratic starter Daniel Jones. The front office is throwing weapons at the issue, but it will fall to Judge to make lemonade out of Jones’ lemons. Judge can sometimes feel like a “football guy” parody — he took the Sudfeld thing just a little too personally — though he has successfully toed the line of instilling a hard-nosed attitude while keeping his players’ respect. There’s a chance 2020 was Judge’s ceiling. The fact it wasn’t the floor campaign so many were expecting was a surprising, encouraging development.

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