Joe Judge has had a lot to say these past couple of days.
Following the team’s 29-3 embarrassing loss to the Chicago Bears last Sunday, the New York Giants head coach stood at the podium and went on a 11-minute rant about how everything with the Giants was great and how players that use to play with the team are calling him, wishing they were still with the team.
The entire thing sounded like a pitch to the team’s owner John Mara to keep his job.
One moment in particular that stood out during Judge’s rant was a shot that he took at the Washington Football Team, when he talked about the Giants culture being so strong and you not seeing players fighting on the sidelines — which was something that occurred on the sidelines of the Washington Football Team during the team’s Sunday Football game against the Dallas Cowboys.
Well, ahead of the Giants’ Week 18 game against the Washington Football Team, Judge refused to have a media session with the Washington media because well, he probably knew they would ask him about his comment:
Judge did clarify with the New York media that comment wasn’t directed at the Washington Football Team, even though he made the comment a week after the incident occurred on the Washington sideline:
Joe Judge is 10-22 as the head coach of the New York Giants and a loss on Sunday to Washington would make him the only coach in New York Giants history to lose 13 games in a season: