The New York Giants suffered another disappointing loss in Week 14 to the Los Angeles Chargers, 37-21, and fell to 4-9 on the season. The Giants have not been playing great football this season and it has resulted in some questions. These questions are if Joe Judge is going to be the head coach of the team moving forward.

According to Jordan Raanan of ESPN, Joe Judge was asked if he’s been told by ownership he would be back next year. Judge Says he’s “never going to comment” on his own or anyone else’s hypothetical future. Never.

It would be an interesting decision from the Giants' standpoint if they do decide to get rid of Judge. This is only his second season with the team. It's also not exactly like the Giants have much talent for him to work with. Factor in that the talent that they do have with Saquon Barkley and Daniel Jones have been injured, as well as others, and there's not much that he can do to help this team find success.

The front office for the giants made an interesting decision to draft Jones a few years ago. That decision simply has not worked out in their favor. If the Giants are going to want to change their franchise around, they're going to need to address their quarterback issues. Judge hasn't been great, but it's not all on him.

It's going to be an interesting off-season in New York.