New York Giants coach Joe Judge was sad with the offense after Monday evening’s loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and put the onus squarely on his teaching employees.
In a season-low 24 minutes of possession, the Giants scored 10 factors on 54 performs and tallied solely 215 yards of complete offense. The group managed to choose up 15 first downs.
Daniel Jones was 23-for-38 with 167 passing yards, a landing go and two interceptions. Saquon Barkley in his return from harm rushed for 25 yards on six carries. Rookie vast receiver Kadarius Toney led the group with seven catches for 40 yards. Meanwhile, prized free-agent signing Kenny Golladay solely bought two targets in the course of the recreation and the group ran the ball a complete of 13 occasions.
“We have got to do a better job scoring points – I know that sounds pretty obvious and to the point with it, but I’m going to keep it very blunt on that right there. We have to do a better job of putting our players in a position to make plays. We have too many good players and we have to put them in a better position to capitalize, that’s it,” Judge instructed reporters after the sport.
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“We have to make sure we sit down tomorrow as a coaching staff and understand how we have to play this game and give our players a chance to make plays. So, in reference to any body language or anything at the end of the game, I’ll handle the corrections we have to make. But as a player, there are some things I would be frustrated about as well.”
Judge didn’t precisely give the most important vote of confidence to offensive coordinator Jason Garrett.
“I have faith in all the people on our team: players, coaches, everything. But look, we’ll assess everything as a team and make any move we need to going forward,” Judge stated, including he wasn’t going to “read too far into” whether or not he’d take away Garrett from the teaching employees.
The Buccaneers gained the sport 30-10. They dropped 402 yards of complete offense on the Giants’ protection and dropped the Giants to 3-7.
New York is on the verge of one other dropping season. Since the 2018 season, New York has gone by two coaches and has made no playoff appearances. The group has just one playoff look since successful Super Bowl XLVI in February 2012 and solely two successful seasons.
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