Giants fire Jason Garrett as offensive coordinator

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New York Giants head coach Joe Judge was quick to say the team’s loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Monday was not on the players.

He was quicker Tuesday to make a change, firing offensive coordinator Jason Garrett.

Garrett came to the Giants after a long run as head coach of the Dallas Cowboys.

The Giants are 3-7 and in last place in the NFC East.

Judge was asked about Garrett after the Giants were ripped by the Super Bowl champions.

The New York Daily News offers some background on the run of Garrett, which lasted 26 games.

Freddie Kitchens, Joe Judge’s senior offensive assistant, is expected to take over playcalling with Garrett gone …

The Giants rank dead last in the NFL with 42 offensive touchdowns since the start of the 2020 season …

Judge’s Giants were 31st in points (17.5) and yards (299.6) per game with Garrett calling the plays last season. They are 25th in points (18.9) and 23rd in yards (322.8) per game this season.

And Monday night’s 30-10 loss at Tampa saw the team post season lows in points, yards (215), first downs (15) and time of possession (24:21). The Giants offense also was 1-for-9 on third downs.