Giants to run offense similar to what Jason Garrett did in Dallas
The New York Giants’ offense may look similar to the old Cowboys.
New Giants head coach Joe Judge spoke with reporters on a conference call Tuesday and talked about the team’s offense. Rather than the style of offense they ran under Mike Shula last year, the new offense will be like what Jason Garrett ran in Dallas.
Interesting (to me) that #NYG HC Joe Judge said the offense is “not a carryover” in any way from what NYG ran last year. Said it will be “similarly based” off what Jason Garrett ran in Dallas.
— Kimberly Jones (@KimJonesSports) May 12, 2020
Garrett was the head coach of the Cowboys for 10 seasons and was their offensive coordinator before that. The offense under him wasn’t as wide-open like last year’s under Kellen Moore.
What does this mean for the Giants?
You might expect some more of a running focus and perhaps some conservative ways. That would be a disappointment for a young offense featuring Daniel Jones, Saquon Barkley, Evan Engram and Golden Tate.