it’s official people, the man who stood across the sidelines from our beloved Big Blue as the Cowboys head coach for nearly a decade has made his way to the Meadowlands. Jason Garrett is officially our new offensive coordinator and to be quite honest, I don’t hate this hire as much as I thought I would. I cringed at the thought of this clap-aholic man being the head coach for this team but him taking a backseat and just focusing on the offense is a great thing.
As we all know, the Cowboys officially moved on from Garrett a week and a half ago to bring in former Green Bay Packers coach, Mike McCarthy (we dodged that bullet quick, thanks Dallas). There were rumors about the Giants wanting Garrett to be their OC and that peaked my interest, I was on board. I mean he had somewhat of a successful tenure with Dallas, he would be a good guy with experience for Joe Judge to lean on and bounce ideas off of, what could possibly go wrong?
He’s our guy now. It’s time to put our bias aside and remain optimistic about this hire. I truly believe he will be able to get Daniel Jones to the next level as a quarterback. I mean look what he did with Dak Prescott and I think Jones has way more potential than Dak. He uses his running backs heavily in the offense, which is great when you have a guy like Saquon Barkley on your roster, we all know how much we criticized Shurmur over his two years here on his lack of play calling involving Saquon.
The Giants coaching staff is pretty much complete minus a few minor coaches and assistants. The Giants have gone out and plucked the guys they’ve wanted and I honestly I couldn’t be more excited for next season to kick off. The Giants open the 2020 NFL season against Dallas and I know Jason Garrett would love nothing more but to have his offense hang up a 40 burger on his former team and that old senile reptilian clown Jerry Jones. Now lets go out and make a splash in free agency and get our guy Yannick Ngakoue.