New York Giants need to fire Jason Garrett as offensive coordinator ASAP

The New York Giants offense is reaching a point where it’s getting late early. And a move needs to be made.

The move that needs to be made. Jason Garrett needs to be removed as the Giants offensive coordinator.

Let’s face it, the Giants offense should not be this bad. And yet, it is. With all of the talent and weapons they have, the Giants offense find themselves near the bottom of the league, again.

In fact, look at how bad the Giants offense is with Garrett running it.

The good thing is, the Giants already have an assistant coach who can come in, take over for Garrett and do a better job in assistant coach Freddie Kitchens.

Kitchens was at one time the former head coach and offensive coordinator for the Cleveland Browns and has since been an assistant under Joe Judge for the last two seasons. When Garrett contracted COVID-19mlast season, Kitchens was in charge of calling the plays and the Giants offense was much more aggressive.

Last year, Judge had to make the tough call to dismiss Marc Colombo as the offensive line coach. It was the right call since the line was failing under his direction. Now it’s time for Judge to dismiss another former Dallas Cowboy coach.

It’s time for Jason Garrett to pack it up in East Rutherford, turn over the coordinator duties to Kitchens, and find somewhere else to coach.

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