Giants’ have a very strong coaching staff
After being the Dallas Cowboys’ head coach for 10 years, New York Giants’ offensive coordinator Jason Garrett could end up drawing some interest from teams around the NFL that are looking for a new head coach. I don’t believe he did as bad as some people would like to think because Dallas didn’t typically put together great rosters around him as a coach.
In my opinion I don’t think Garrett will get a head coaching job this coming offseason, but I could see him drawing enough interest to leave by 2022.
Then you have Giants’ defensive coordinator Patrick Graham who’s drawing interest from teams around the league with the masterful job he’s done with his unit. There’s always a chance he’s gone this offseason but I wouldn’t be surprised if teams would like to see whether or not he can continue to work his magic in 2021.
Now there’s some speculation that New York special teams coordinator Thomas McGaughey could also end up as a potential head coaching candidate. He’s made it clear that he does want to become a head coach one day.
“My goal as a coach has always been to eventually become a head coach,” McGaughey said. “I’m just enjoying where I am now and learning as much as I can from Joe. He’s been awesome as far as learning all the different situational things and the preparation part.”
There aren’t a lot of head coaches that made the immediate jump from special teams to head coach, but we all know about Joe Judge who’s done well and of course John Harbaugh with the Baltimore Ravens. It will be interesting to see if he becomes a hot coaching candidate after this season.