Colin Cowherd Responds To Giants Hiring Jason Garrett
Colin Cowherd responded to the Giants possibly hiring Jason Garrett this week.
Garrett is best known for being the Dallas Cowboys head coach since 2011, but prior to that he was a very successful offensive coordinator.
With his tenure as head coach now officially done, he appears to be returning to his roots.
On Thursday, reports emerged that New York was interviewing Garrett to serve as a coordinator under Joe Judge.
In response to intense rumors that Garrett may actually get the job, Cowherd offered his reaction.
The Fox Sports radio host does not seem to be a huge fan of the move. In his opinion, he believes Garrett is doing himself a huge disservice by jumping at the first opportunity offered to him.
Cowherd noted that Garrett was a very successful head coach with a .559 record. As such, if he takes a one-year break, he will likely be very in demand come the 2021 season.
— Herd w/Colin Cowherd (@TheHerd) January 16, 2020
Regardless of Cowherd’s take, Garrett seems genuinely interested in the position.
A final decision on whether Garrett will land with the Giants should come at some point in the next few days.