Matt Patricia To The NY Giants Looking More and More Likely

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However, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News said that the #New York Giants might beat them for Patricia's services.

However, it's Patricia, a NY native and former offensive lineman, that is believed to be favored by new general manager David Gettleman who, according to the Daily News, is keen on fixing the Giants' offensive line and improving the franchise's culture.

Patricia immediately became a favorite to land the Lions head coaching job as many considered Quinn's connection to the Patriots an advantage.

"In terms of team building, I'm old fashioned".

Patricia's colleague, Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, is also reportedly a candidate for both the Giants and Indianapolis Colts coaching vacancies should he leave New England, according to the Daily News. He's won three Super Bowls with Belichick and company during his time with the team.

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The former aeronautical engineer has led New England to a top ten defense in terms of points allowed in each season since being named defensive coordinator in 2012. He eventually went to the Tennessee Titans and did not even last two full seasons, with a 3-20 record, while Detroit quickly shifted to hire Jim Caldwell.

King adds that Carolina Panthers defensive coordinator Steve Wilks and Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur also remain very much in play.

Fixing the offensive line and establishing a ground game in 2018 will enable Big Blue the ability to utilize their offensive weapons on the outside.

Patricia and NY make sense as a match with the Giants being a defensive team that has lost their way.

The New York Giants may have identified their man.

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