Just finished listening to it and I have to say, for the most part , he did a great job with it. There were some really tough questions in there and he owned making mistakes and admitted that this is the most embarrassed he's been.
I know there's this narrative out there that he doesn't care what happens as long as he's making money and I just don't think that's true. Who the hell would want to show up at owner meetings and know you're a dumpster fire of an organization, especially when you have to deal with the likes of people like Jerry Jones. I'd be pissed that clown is in the playoffs and we aren't. Everybody in that room as rich so the only thing separating themselves is how good your team is.
As far as firing coaches, I think he's made the right moves except for when he fired Coughlin instead of Reese. Other than that, he's been right and he hasn't been afraid to make the change. If anything, I feel like the press went to hard on Judge and kind of let Gettleman off the hook. I'm not saying Judge is a good coach but Gettleman didn't give him much to work with considering the poor drafts and FA.
All in all, I feel like John is going to thoroughly go through all the candidates and make the right decision. I think we're definitely heading the right direction.
TLDR; I think John learned his lessons and owned his mistakes and will make the right decisions going forward. Now, call me Chris Mara and tell me I'm full of shit.