The Joe Judge era in New York is done, and now, the Giants have some decisions to make.

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In case you missed it, and I'm not sure how you did, the New York Giants parted ways with their head coach, Joe Judge, after two seasons at the helm of the team. The team's general manager, Dave Gettleman, had already retired, and with the firing of Judge, the team is currently missing two of prime leadership candidates heading into a pivotal offseason for the franchise.

With the firings now official, the candidates are lining up outside of MetLife Stadium to fill the role of the next Giants' head coach. Some candidates are veterans, looking for their way back under the headset in the NFL. Others are rookies, deserving of the chance to run an NFL franchise, and eager for their first opportunity.

Let's take a look at some of the candidates that may be considered for the Giants' coaching job, and the odds of each coming to New York.

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