Brian Daboll just finished his first season as the head coach of the New York Giants.
Although preseason expectations for the Giants were low, especially in the eye of NFL media, the Giants outperformed all projections.
This was largely part of Daboll’s coaching style, which led to the league giving him the Coach of the Year award.
Earlier today, Daboll and the Giants announced a new hire to their coaching staff, one that was surprising to many.
Brian Daboll added his son Christian to the Giants coaching staff as an offensive assistant.
Christian Daboll spent the past four years working as a student-coach at Penn State. His responsibilities with the Giants will include breaking down film and quality control work.
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Daboll’s son, Christian, has been hired by the Giants as an offensive assistant.
While he is young, he does have four years of experience with Penn State and could prove to be a unique hire for the team.
The Giants won a playoff game this season, their first in the past ten seasons.
Under Daboll, the Giants will look to improve next season.
The players will have another offseason to mesh, continuing to learn Daboll’s system.
Daniel Jones was one of the most improved players on the Giants this season and will be entering his fifth NFL season in 2023.
Jones has yet to be signed to a long-term contract and will do everything he can to get an extension with the Giants.
He has become increasingly well-liked within the team and fanbase, as his combination of rushing and passing abilities keeps getting better.
While the team has stability at the quarterback position, they will need to turn their attention to wide receiver, an area that the team is currently struggling with, in terms of depth.NEXT: Fans Are In Disbelief Of A Potential Daniel Jones Contract