Philadelphia Eagles rival watch: 4 Giants coaching candidates to fear most
By Dan Parzych
1. Josh McDaniels
Despite some of the struggles on offense by the New England Patriots at times throughout the 2019 season due to injuries, no one is questioning the ability of Josh McDaniels continuing to be an offensive mastermind.
Even though his first stint as a head coach in the NFL with the Denver Broncos from 2009-10 failed to work out, it seems like only a matter of time before McDaniels is given a second chance, although the opportunity was there two years ago with the Indianapolis Colts.
Whatever the reasoning behind the decision by McDaniels to change his mind about the job for the Colts, this isn’t going to prevent a team like the Giants from still pursuing him as a potential head coach.
The fact that McDaniels has been part of the Patriots for each of their six Super Bowl titles shows just how much of an influence he’s been able to make on offense for New England throughout his career.
New York is nowhere near the same level as New England as an organization, but with everything McDaniels has learned from Bill Belichick over the years, this would be an amazing hire for the Giants if they were able to pull it off, and troublesome for the Eagles.