Jason Garrett knows that New York Giants head coach Joe Judge will be tasked with leading a resurgence on offense in the 2020 NFL season. He did not eve have to look outside of the NFC East for inspiration regarding his new scheme.

According to NFL Network's Kimberly Jones, Judge says the Giants offense will be similar to what former Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett ran:

Interesting (to me) that NYG HC Joe Judge said the offense is “not a carryover” in any way from what NYG ran last year. Said it will be “similarly based” off what Jason Garrett ran in Dallas.

The comparison from Judge may come as a surprise considering how Garrett's tenure in Dallas came to an end following their disappointing 2019 campaign. Regardless, it should still be noted that they actually boasted one of the best offenses in the league from a statistical standpoint.

The Cowboys were first in the league in total offense (431.5 yards per game) and sixth in points per game (27.1) last season. Although they failed to make it count when they needed it most, this does not change the fact that opposing defenses had a tough time containing their approach.

Of course, it remains to be seen if the Giants have the personnel to make it successful. They have their own version of Ezekiel Elliott in running back Saquon Barkley. They appear to be confident that Daniel Jones is every bit the franchise quarterback that Dak Prescott is. However, the offensive line is still a work in progress and tight end Evan Engram has yet to prove he can stay healthy enough to play an entire season.

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