Offensive coordinator Jason Garrett
There might not have been a more disjointed display of offense in the NFL than what the Giants ran in the first half against the Ravens.
Only managing 18 total plays, the Giants rushed for just 16 yards and quarterback Daniel Jones passed for only 79 in the first half.
Jones, on one second quarter play, faked a hand off to no one and then airmailed a pass 20 yards over the nearest player deep down the middle of the field.
Sunday wasn’t an aberration, rather the latest in a line of poor performances from an offense that entered Sunday averaging the second-fewest points per game in the league, just 17.4 points per game and against the Ravens didn’t come close even to that paltry output.
Head coach Joe Judge is going to have a decision to make about Jason Garrett’s fate this offseason, but it is becoming glaringly obvious that this scheme is miscast for the Giants’ personnel and Sunday afternoon once again brought that issue to the fore.