Giants Fans’ Reactions To Jason Garrett’s Offensive Coordinator Interview On Wednesday Are Very Entertaining

New York Giants Fans Reactions To Jason Garrett Interview

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By all indications, recently fired Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett is a really good dude. People just don’t want him coaching their favorite football team.

That goes double for many diehard fans of the Cowboys’ division rival New York Giants.

Garrett, who started his NFL coaching career as the quarterbacks coach for the Miami Dolphins in 2005, served as the Cowboys’ offensive coordinator from 2007 to 2010. He continued to call the offensive plays for Dallas after taking over as head coach until 2012 when he handed over play-calling duties to Bill Callahan, Scott Linehan, and Kellen Moore.

With Garrett as the Cowboys offensive coordinator, the team went 47-33, so he might actually be a decent hire for an NFL team looking for a change on offense.

The Giants just hired Joe Judge to be their head coach, a man who who has never held a coaching position higher than special teams coordinator and wide receivers coach, so an experienced coach like Garrett might be just what he needs.

Plus, Garrett would certainly be motivated to win those two matchups with the Cowboys each season.

None of that matters to many Giants fans. They don’t want him on their team’s coaching staff. At all.

Not all Giants fans hate the idea, however.

There’s no way the Giants don’t hire him, right?

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Please let this happen.