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Joe Judge won’t let problems with the Eagles affect Giants in Week 12 game: ‘Whatever past is irrelevant’

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Joe Judge has a problem with Philadelphia Eagles since the end of last season, pivoting his schedule for Sunday’s game – the first of two encounters this year between longtime rivals. Judge not satisfied with Philadelphia midfielder’s decision to withdraw Jalen Hurts in the fourth quarter of a Week 17 game against Washington, a team New York Giants needed to lose to win the NFC East – with a record of 6-10.

This week, The Giants have bigger fish to fry than last year’s beef with the Eagles, as they’ll be playing their first game. no attack coordinator Jason Garrett – who was fired after a big loss last Monday Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The judge is fighting for his job in the coming weeks, which may be why the Eagles’ affairs are stepping back this week.

“I’d say anything in the past has nothing to do with what’s going to happen this week,” Judge said, via Martin Frank of Delaware Online.

The Eagles, eliminated from the playoff race and only playing through the season, dragged the Hurts by 3 points behind Washington in the fourth quarter. The giant players were very upset at the move of then Eagles coach Doug Pederson, which sparked controversy throughout the tournament about clear intention to lose for a better draft.

Judge was upset by the Eagles’ decision, which helped Washington win the championship and kept the Giants out of the knockout stages.

“There are some sacrifices made by players and coaches in this tournament,” Judge said in January. “There’s been some sacrifices going on with family members that are related to them. Out of respect for the effort everyone has put in to make this season a success for the National Football League, disrespecting the game by going out and not playing for 60 minutes and not doing anything to help those players win we will never do that as long as I’m the manager chief officer of the New York Giants.”

Judge and the Giants will certainly be motivated to prove a point for the Eagles, but first need to get their season back on track. The Giants have 16 games with 20 points or less, second only Jet plane (17) since the beginning of last year. Daniel Jones the most gifting has been touches (49) since he entered the tournament in 2019, leading a foul with the third fewest points (18.0) and second fewest (308.5) since the beginning of last season.

The Giants have their problems – but the Eagles may not be at the top of the list heading into Sunday.

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