Breaking: Jason Garrett fired as New York Giants OC

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The Jason Garrett era in New York is over after 26 games as the Giants’ offensive coordinator.

Garrett had been the Cowboys’ head coach for nearly a decade. He was let go at the end of the 2019 season after compiling an 85-67 regular season record and a 2-3 mark in the postseason.

The club relieved Garrett head coach the day after a 30-10 loss at the hands of the Super Bowl champion Buccaneers. The team made the decision public via social media.

The 3-7 Giants offense currently ranks 26th in scoring and 25th in total yards. Freddie Kitchens will take over as offensive coordinator under head coach Joe Judge.

The Cowboys will play the Giants in New York in December, already having beat them in Week 5.

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