With the New York Giants appointing Brian Daboll as their next head coach, Daniel Jones will progress into his fourth season.
The Giants in New York found their new general manager at Joe Schoen, assistant general manager of the Buffalo Bills. Now, the Bills are fully taking over in East Rutherford, NJ, as the Giants officially hire Buffalo offensive coordinator Brian Daboll as their next head coach. Fox Sports insider, Jay Glazer was the first to announce the news that Daboll and the Giants had completed a deal.
Given Daboll’s track record with quarterbacks, especially with Josh Allen, Daniel Jones finally turned the tables in his fourth season.
Giants: With the hire of Brian Daboll, Daniel Jones can turn the tide
The main takeaway from that press conference is that New York will be fully ahead of Jones as quarterback starting in 2022. Team co-owner John Mara honestly says the Giants have “Did everything possible to spoil this child.” The organization has gone a long way in helping Jones by hiring Daboll as their next bench boss.
Daboll is best known for his work with Allen. The Wyoming fullback was previously seen as a development project, but has the tools to succeed in the NFL. Last year, Allen played at MVP level to help the Bills lead the AFC Championship Game. This year, he became a superstar with late-game heroics in Buffalo’s Divisional Round against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Allen isn’t the only notable full-back Daboll has worked with. In 2017, he was the offensive coordinator for Alabama, where he worked with freshman Tua Tagovailoa. Before his hip injury, Tagovailoa looked like the next great midfielder.
Hiring Daboll won’t turn Jones into Allen, but he will plan everything to make the most of the former Friday 2019 overall pick. Jones has clearly shown as a good-to-great midfielder during his rookie season, but his revenue problems are glaring. Over the past two seasons, Jones has thrown 21 touchdowns and 17 interceptions, in addition to 17 fumbles.
There are many factors that do not work in Jones’ favor. From a horrendous offensive line to a massive receiving team suffering from injuries (especially this season) and the constant rotation of offensive coordinators. But some of Jones’ struggles are pouring in on him, as he tends to cling to the ball and is incapable of sensing the oncoming pressure.
The Giants have shown that they are focused on making Jones’ life easier, by hiring Schoen as general manager and Daboll as head coach. Now, he can finally put the pieces together and prove he can be a Giants defender in the near future. If not, the Giants will look elsewhere in 2023.
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