More help for Mac Jones: New England Patriots hire former New York Giants coach

The National Football League (NFL) begins to have interesting movements linked to the teams that are already thinking about the off-season in this 2022, and New England Patriots completed a contract that undoubtedly surprised locals and strangers in the league.

In an attempt to improve the performance of mac jones and the offense with respect to what was shown during this season, The Patriots made official the hiring of Joe Judge, former head coach of New York Giantsas his new assistant on the offensive side of the ball.

According to the report by Albert Breer of Sports Illustrated, Judge secures an NFL job after failing to make things work with the Big Blue in the Big Applewhere his team went 10-23 in two seasons in charge, finishing 31st in total offense in that time.

Joe Judge already knows New England Patriots

Joe Judge returns to the New England Patriots. (Getty Images)

After an inglorious time with the New York Giants, Joe Judge returns to where it all began in his NFL coaching career: New England Patriots. Previously, the Philadelphia native served as a wide receivers coach, special teams assistant and special teams coordinator.

This can be seen as a win for the Patriots in terms of the coaching carousel currently in the league., since Albert Breer himself reported that Josh McDaniels tried to take Judge to be his new special teams coordinator in the Las Vegas Raiders, a team that just hired the former Pats offensive coordinator as its new HC.


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