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Joe Judge Goes on Epic 11-Minute, Expletive-Filled Postgame Rant

After the New York Giants got smoked by the Chicago Bears 29-3 on Sunday, Joe Judge was in quite a mood. The Giants head coach went on a protracted, expletive-filled rant during his postgame press conference.

Judge was asked if he thinks the 4-12 Giants can turn things around and his answer lasted 11 minutes, seven seconds and, according to NJ.com, it consisted of 2,614 words. But it was the content, not the length that was most intriguing.

Judge also claimed former Giants players who were on new teams this year were contacting him to say they wished they were still with the franchise:

We’re going to put the entire rant below because it was impressive:

We talk inside a lot. I don’t ever ask for patience from anybody, let’s get that clear right now. And the fans have every right to have an opinion. That’s why they’re fans. They have every right. You buy a ticket to come in the stadium, you have every right to boo me going into the stadium. That’s the way it is. That’s what we sign up for, right? And it’s New York. It’s supposed to be a tough place to be. Certain cities in this country, they don’t even know if their team is playing today, alright?

So you sign up for a job, you say you like New York, you expect to have this. I don’t shy away from that. I don’t worry about that at all. But when you talk internally, you look at a lot of things moving in the right direction. And you know the targets for what you have to improve going forward. The important thing is you need direct targets of what you have to improve on. I’m not going to go individually into these today. Alright, but you know the direct targets of what you have to hit, alright? You look at what you’ve got to make short term to make it a quick turnaround, to build on things you’ve done well. I say it all the time: There’s things we’ve done well that we’ve gotta build on, right?

So when we look overall at what we’re doing, there’s a number of things going in the right direction and we know there are foundational things, things you have to put in place for a team to have success on and off the field. The important thing is when you have those direct targets, you’ve gotta find a way to minimize the things that you struggle with. You work your hardest to make sure you go ahead and make sure you give yourself and your team a chance for success and try to take certain aspects away from the game so it can’t expose you as a weakness, OK? Then you want to play to your strengths as much as possible, alright?



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