The New York Giants hired the ex-Bills offensive coordinator, Brian Daboll, as their new head coach on Friday. As the new head coach, Brian will replace Joe Judge, who was fired recently.
In his two years as head coach of the Giants, Joe Judge went for a 10-23 record. This is now the third time the Giants have sacked a coach after two seasons or less. The Giants have hired Daboll to stop the losing trend which has been going on for the last several years. Sports analyst Ian Rapoport took to Twitter immediately after the New York Giants announced the news and shared a post.
Ian Rapoport was impressed with the Giants’ move of signing Brian Daboll
Ian Rapoport retweeted a post shared by the Giants and wrote, “Now official”. Additionally, he posted a video on Twitter discussing the news of Brian Daboll’s appointment as head coach. Brian Daboll will be reunited with Joe Schoen, the general manager of the New York Giants, who was also hired recently. Ian was impressed by this move from the Giants and said that as Brian and Joe contributed to Josh Allen’s development, they may be able to do the same for the quarterback, Daniel Jones.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 29, 2022
The Giants have been doing many different things in order to get things moving, but they are finally on the right track now. According to Ian, the alignment between the head coach and the general manager was all that was lacking until now. Ian Rapoport expressed his delight for Daboll and said he deserved this role more than anyone else.
Brian Daboll: The journey from Assistant Coach to Head Coach
Brian began his NFL coaching career with the New England Patriots in 2000. His tenure with the Patriots as assistant defensive coach and wide receivers coach ended in 2006. Following that, he spent the next two years working with the New York Jets as a quarterbacks’ coach.
In the subsequent years, he had brief stints with the Cleveland Browns, Miami Dolphins, and Kansas City Chiefs. In 2013, Brian returned to New England as a tight ends’ coach until 2016. During his two stints with the New England, the Patriots won five Super Bowls.
In 2017, Brian went back to coaching college football as an offensive coordinator. Buffalo Bills hired him as offensive coordinator in 2018. He did a fantastic job with the Bills franchise and is credited with helping Josh Allen develop into a great quarterback.
Finally, after serving so many years as an assistant or coordinator in the NFL, Brian Daboll will take over as the head coach of the New York Giants.
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