Giants likely to name Jim Schwartz next head coach

Tricia Pearson
January 1, 2018

According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, current Philadelphia Eagles defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz is the favorite to land in NY. Earlier this week, the Giants replaced Reese with Dave Gettleman, and now reportedly have their sights sets on their next head coach.

Schwartz, 51, checks the experience box that co-owner John Mara emphasized as a prerequisite as the Giants try to avoid a repeat of McAdoo's disastrous tenure.

The 2-13 Giants fired coach Ben McAdoo after Week 13 in his second season.

Schwartz is expected to interview in NY next week, while the Eagles are on a bye week entering the playoffs.

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It seems to be obvious that the Giants are looking for experience at head coach. His overall record of 29-51 is unimpressive, but he inherited a team that went 0-16 in 2008 and led the Lions to a 10-6 record and a playoff berth in his third season.

The Giants, who are 2-13 and vying for the No. 2 pick in the National Football League draft entering Sunday's season finale against the Washington Redskins, fired coach Ben McAdoo after Week 13. In four of hive five seasons at the helm, Schwartz failed to produce a winning campaign despite having Matthew Stafford and Calvin Johnson as pillars of the offense.

Patricia has served as the defensive coordinator since 2012.

The report also states the Giants brass plans to travel to Foxboro next weekend to interview both Patriots coordinators. Spagnuolo is expected to get an interview, but he is not believed to be a serious candidate for the full-time position.

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