Judge Explains Why he Thinks the Giants Have a Foundation in Place

Solid foundation. What phases of game has he made better this year? The defense, offensive and special teams haven't shown enough improvement from last year. I don't really understand what he is saying.
 
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Solid foundation. What phases of game has he made better this year? The defense, offensive and special teams haven't shown enough improvement from last year. I don't really understand what he is saying.
I forgot to mention process, What the heck is process. We have to follow the process to be successful. If that's the case, he needs a new process because the Giants do a lot of losing under his process.

Some in the media have made the argument that he needs another year. The third year is the year that some coaches have succeeded. Parcells had a lousy 1983 and went on to make the playoffs in 1984. One he's not Bill Parcells. Also, he hasn't accumulated enough talent in his two years of drafts and free agent signings to make much an impact even for next year.
 
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Patricia Traina

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I forgot to mention process, What the heck is process. We have to follow the process to be successful. If that's the case, he needs a new process because the Giants do a lot of losing under his process.

Some in the media have made the argument that he needs another year. The third year is the year that some coaches have succeeded. Parcells had a lousy 1983 and went on to make the playoffs in 1984. One he's not Bill Parcells. Also, he hasn't accumulated enough talent in his two years of drafts and free agent signings to make much an impact even for next year.
That might be more on Dave, though I really wish they'd stop with this recycling of old Patriots/Alabama/Georgia folks and expand their horizons.
 

JohnB968

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I really don't blame Judge for most of the Giants current issues. Has he been perfect? Nope. But the failure to build viable Offensive and Defensive lines lies entirely with Gettleman. He can't be jettisoned soon enough. That being said, I don't see much of a foundation on offense aside from Andrew Thomas and maybe Jones (but I'm not really sure about him either). They have some decent players on defense, but without a pass rush, it's hard to evaluate the rest.
 

chiller99

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Judge relies on undefinable words so he can never get locked down to any particular statement. Ive seen enough "foundation " and "process" and "culture" to last me a lifetime
 
And to be clear, I'm not saying avoid those programs. But be more judicious.
Agreed! Generally speaking, maybe go to Iowa, Nebraska, Wisconsin and OSU for offensive lineman, TEs & RBs
There are certain colleges that produce really good players at certain positions. Iowa with head coach Kirk Ferentz seem to consistently produce quality offensive lineman. Same with Ohio State University. Some really good wide receivers have come out LSU. Alabama & Georgia have produced really good RBs for years.
The giants need to expand their horizons in terms of finding good players at certain schools that produce players the type of players they need.

 

Patricia Traina

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There are certain colleges that produce really good players at certain positions. Iowa with head coach Kirk Ferentz seem to consistently produce quality offensive lineman. Same with Ohio State University. Some really good wide receivers have come out LSU. Alabama & Georgia have produced really good RBs for years.
The giants need to expand their horizons in terms of finding good players at certain schools that produce players the type of players they need.

Agree.
 
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