According to the NY Daily News, "all signs point to" the Giants naming Patricia as their next head coach once the Patriots' playoff run comes to an end.
In Detroit, I hear Pats defensive coordinator Matt Patricia is the choice over Houston's defensive boss, Mike Vrabel-but Patricia favors the Giants.
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As for Josh McDaniels, this would seemingly leave just the Colts job, as he interviewed with the Giants, Colts and Bears, and it would appear the Colts job is the only one which remains available.
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His look might not scream NY, but his pedigree does.
On Wednesday, Leonard reported that "all signs" pointed to the Giants hiring the Super Bowl-winning defensive coordinator.
This is a significant development with ramifications across the league and in New England. Beginning his tenure in New England in 2004, Patricia was promoted to defensive coordinator in 2012.
Patricia and the Patriots face the Titans in the AFC Divisional Round on Saturday. New England is favored once again to take home Super Bowl LII this year. Shurmur holds a 9-23 head coaching record during two seasons with the Cleveland Browns (2011-12), but has flourished in Minnesota having revived the career of backup-turned-starter Case Keenum as the Vikings' quarterback in 2017. From Patricia's perspective, the Giants should appeal in the sense that they have Eli Manning and a high first-round pick. During that span, NY has had five other coaches: Ray Handley (1991-92), Dan Reeves (1993-96), Jim Fassel (1197-2003), Tom Coughlin (2004-2015) and Ben McAdoo (2016-17).