The Giants blew themselves up again on Sunday, dropping their record to 1-5 in what is starting to feel like another lost season for the NFC East club.
This debut comes after head coach Joe Judge piloted the Giants to a 6-10 record in 2020 and the overall record led to many unhappy Giants fans. Boos could be heard throughout Sunday’s home loss and large swathes of empty seats could be seen at MetLife Stadium after a halftime ceremony honoring the Super Championship squad. Bowl XLVI.
After the loss, the judge said neither he nor anyone else on the squad was a let go and there was still a lot of football to play this year. That last part might have seemed a threat to those watching the team closely, but Judge vowed that those who stay with the team will be rewarded with better days at some point in the future.
“It is definitely will be better. . . . I don’t know what kind of guarantee [fans] want, but I can assure everyone as a Giants fan, and they want to know when it’s going to turn out, I can tell them that we are working around the clock to make sure this thing turns in the right direction, not just to short-term results, but for long-term success“Said the judge, via Tom Rock and Bob Glauber of Press day.
While players like Leonard Williams may be bothered by boos, the apathy exemplified by empty seats is a bigger problem for the Giants if they try to sell patience after making the playoffs once since that title. of the Super Bowl.