The New York Giants need not publicize that they are undergoing a rebuild.
After all, there’s no other way but up after another disappointing season under Joe Judge.
Likewise, Dave Gettleman didn’t give him a competitive roster to begin with.
That’s why they replaced both men with Brian Daboll and Joe Schoen, respectively.
The Giants expect that they can bring in the Buffalo Bills’ winning formula, especially with Daboll, who was the former offensive coordinator of Josh Allen, Devin Singletary, Stefon Diggs, and Gabriel Davis, to name a few.
Under Daboll’s tutelage, the Bills had one of the most prolific offenses in the league.
Meanwhile, the Giants faithful also hopes that their new head coach can develop Daniel Jones the way he transformed Allen.
With day one of their long grind over, Daboll sees progress with what they’ve accomplished.
Daboll: “Today was a good start.” They had their first meeting and talked about standards and expectations.
— Dan Salomone (@Dan_Salomone) April 4, 2022
Giants.com Dan Salomone tweeted that Daboll considers their initial meeting as a good start because they were able to set standards and expectations.
Those topics are two great places to start since there was little of those during the years after Tom Coughlin’s departure.
They have to take note of those standards and expectations during offseason workouts, training camp, and the season itself.
Hoping To Gain Ground In The NFC East
The Giants can sneak into the playoffs as NFC East champions if Daboll can do wonders.
It might sound far-fetched, but they have an opportunity to win the division because their rivals have their share of issues.
The Dallas Cowboys lost Amari Cooper, and their defense still has some loopholes.
Meanwhile, the Philadelphia Eagles are still uncertain if Jalen Hurts is their long-term solution at quarterback.
Therefore, the Giants must take advantage if those problems affect their rivals adversely.