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Offbeat NFL: Panze strike! Giants Fire Coach

21:40  23 november  2021
21:40  23 november  2021 Source:   spox.com

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The New York Giants have separated from offensive coordinator Jason Garrett. That announced the franchise in an official statement.

Die New York Giants haben sich von Offensive Coordinator Jason Garrett getrennt. © Provided by SPOX The New York Giants have separated from offensive coordinator Jason Garrett.

FREDDIE KITCHEN, former senior offensive assistant of the team, will first take the vacant position.

Garrett is the first coach (Head Coach, Offensive Coordinator or Defense Coordinator), which was fired this season. Joe Gruden (Las Vegas Raiders) had resigned a few weeks ago.

After the 10: 30 defeat against the Tampa Buch Buccaneers in the night on Tuesday Head Coach Joe Judge had already indicated a change in the coaching rod.

"We need to use our players better," Judge said, "I told the players to be ready on Wednesday. We will have a plan for you."

For Garrett, it was the second season as an offensive coordinator of the Giants, before he was ten years long Head Coach of Dallas Cowboys.

under Garrett lay the Giants offensive in 25th place in the NFL with 18.9 points per game achieved.

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