Jason Garrett was terminated by the Giants 19 months after the Cowboys terminated him. Who can say for sure what’s next for the 55-year-old mentor?
In any case, just a short time in the wake of getting the “disappointing” news Tuesday, it was not time for Garrett to look forward. All things considered, Garrett, as hostile organizer, took “full responsibility” for the Giants’ hostile battles.
“One of the things that motivated me to accept this position was the opportunity to help rebuild the Giants into a contending team,” Garrett said in a statement, via the New York Post. “We knew there would be many challenges. My expectations for our offense were much greater than what our results have been, and I accept full responsibility for that.”
Garrett, a reinforcement quarterback for the Giants in 2000, said thanks to the Mara and Tisch families for the chance.
In his 26 games, the Giants found the middle value of just 18 focuses per game, which positions above just the Jets and Jaguars during that time. They scored at least 30 focuses just a single time.
Monsters mentor Joe Judge said after the 30-10 misfortune to the Bucs on Monday Night Football that the group had “to do a better job scoring points. I’m going to keep it very blunt right there. We have to do a better job of putting our players in position to make plays. We have too many good players.”
Garrett wished the Giants “nothing but the best.”
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