The New York Giants fired head coach Joe Judge, the team announced Tuesday.
The Giants were 4-13 in 2021 and ended the season on a six-game losing streak.
In two seasons, the 40-year-old Judge had a 10-23 record.
On Monday, senior vice president and general manager Dave Gettleman announced his retirement following a 35-year career in the National Football League.
“Steve (Tisch) and I both believe it is in the best interest of our franchise to move in another direction,” said team president John Mara. “We met with Joe yesterday afternoon to discuss the state of the team. I met again with Joe this afternoon, and it was during that conversation I informed Joe of our decision. We appreciate Joe’s efforts on behalf of the organization.
“I said before the season started that I wanted to feel good about the direction we were headed when we played our last game of the season. Unfortunately, I cannot make that statement, which is why we have made this decision.
“We will hire a general manager, and that person will lead the effort to hire a new head coach.”
Added Tisch, “It is an understatement to say John and I are disappointed by the lack of success we have had on the field. We are united in our commitment to find a general manager who will provide the direction necessary for us to achieve the on-field performance and results we all expect.”
Before joining the Giants, Judge was the special teams coordinator for the New England Patriots and spent eight seasons in the Patriots’ organization.
After the way this season ended for the Giants, Judge being relieved of his duties is not surprising.
The Giants needed to overhaul the organization, and they have done that in the last two days.