New York Giants’ Golden Tate reacts to inspiring Joe Judge press conference

While the words of New York Giants’ head coach Joe Judge, most fans were ready to run through a wall, but it seems as if the players are also in the same boat.

Wide receiver Golden Tate was excited about the prospect of learning from Judge and finally building a winning team after suffering through another failure of a season with the Giants. Tate, who’s on a four-year, $37.5 million deal with an out after the 2020 season, logged solid numbers in his first season with Big Blue.

The New York Giants looked Golden Tate’s way a fair amount in 2019:

Daniel Jones’ rookie seasons saw him target Tate 85 times, completing 49 for 676-yards and six scores. This is after Tate missed the first four games of the season due to a suspension, but he will return next campaign in a full-capacity from the get-go.

However, Tate isn’t prepared to wait until next training camp to begin his refinement under Judge. He’s ready to go right now.

Via Instagram, Tate stated:

“After listening to his press conference who needs an offseason lets get to work next week 🙂 :)”

Judge’s detail-oriented approach and tough mentality should suit the Giants well, considering their lack of effort and mid-game breakdowns in the past. His insistence on playing tough football for 60-minutes is exactly what Tate and the other players wanted to hear, as he will not only lead a team into battle, but he will simulate live-scenarios during practice.

For most, this is the first time the Giants will host live-tacking drills in practice, working on a safe way to mitigate injuries and develop player’s fundamentals. Judge’s style is a mesh of Bill Belichick and Nick Saban, plus a little personal splash. That’s something to be excited about.