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New Giants Head Coach Brian Daboll Could Pursue Mitchell Trubisky Despite Organization’s Latest Comments on Daniel Jones

The New York Giants are in need of a new head coach for their struggling team, and there is no shortage of candidates. One name on the list that has been whispered about this week might be Brian Daboll, despite his recent comments about Daniel Jones not being ready to start Week 1 against Arizona.

The “New Giants Head Coach Brian Daboll Could Pursue Mitchell Trubisky Despite Organization’s Latest Comments on Daniel Jones.” The New York Giants have hired Brian Daboll as their new head coach. With the hiring of Daboll, it is still possible that the team could pursue Mitchell Trubisky in the draft despite recent comments from the organization about drafting Daniel Jones.

The New York Giants chose Brian Daboll as their new head coach shortly after selecting Joe Schoen as general manager. The construction phase has begun as the Giants turn over a new page after a disastrous time with Joe Judge.

The Giants handed rookie quarterback Daniel Jones a vote of confidence earlier this week after a tough couple of seasons and ruled out any Deshaun Watson move. However, with the additions of Daboll and Schoen from Buffalo, there is genuine interest in chasing Mitchell Trubisky.

As part of their effort to transform the culture, the Giants recruited Brian Daboll and Joe Schoen.

Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll has been offered and is accepting the Giants job, per sources. New York gets alignment for new GM Joe Schoen. Miami had Daboll as a finalist as well.@RapSheet on it first.

— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) January 28, 2022

The Giants picked Daboll as their next head coach after conducting second interviews with him and Bills defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier.

Following Schoen’s appointment as the team’s new general manager, it seemed that one of the two Bills assistant coaches would take over as head coach in New York.

The Giants wasted little time after firing Dave Gettleman and Joe Judge, bringing in a very familiar team to run the show in New York.

Now they must deal with a slew of difficulties, the most serious of which is the need for offensive rejuvenation.

Saquon Barkley hasn’t lived up to expectations, Kenny Golladay has struggled since signing a large contract, and whether or not Jones is the franchise’s face remains an issue.

With Daboll and Schoen in New York, Trubisky might get a lot of interest from the Giants for a deal, particularly given his acquaintance with the two.

Mitchell Trubisky might sign with the Giants and compete with Daniel Jones for the starting quarterback position.

New Giants HC Brian Daboll could target Mitchell Trubisky.

New Giants HC Brian Daboll could target Mitchell Trubisky. HC New York Giants Bryan M. Bennett/ Joshua Bessex/ Elsa/Getty Images | Brian Daboll, Mitchell Trubisky, Daniel Jones | Bryan M. Bennett/ Joshua Bessex/ Elsa/Getty Images

Regardless of how horrible Trubisky’s time with the Chicago Bears was, he deserves at least one more chance to start.

Last summer, the Chicago Bears first-round selection signed with Buffalo and spent the year watching Josh Allen tear up the league. Trubisky reconnecting with Daboll and battling Jones for the job, on the other hand, is gaining traction.

Mitchell Trubisky vs. Daniel Jones should be an interesting QB competition this spring/summer. #Giants

— Myles Simmons (@MylesASimmons) January 29, 2022

Jones hasn’t done anything to demonstrate that he is the franchise’s future quarterback. It’s the exact opposite. Schoen and Daboll have a clear vision for the franchise now that they’ve arrived in town.

Is it possible that Trubisky is on the horizon? Daboll and Trubisky have a good connection, and the Giants’ new HC lobbied hard for Trubisky last summer.

Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll, who is expected to be hired as the team’s head coach in January, was a vocal supporter of bringing Mitchell Trubisky to Buffalo.

Trubisky was set up with a fast offense by Daboll, who has given him the opportunity to show himself in Chicago.

— Chris Emma (@CEmma670) August 21, 2021

That might be a big deal for Trubisky, especially because Daboll was a big part of Allen’s development. Trusbiky only appeared in 10 games for the Bears in 2020, as Matt Nagy alternated between Nick Foles and Trubisky.

Despite this, the former North Carolina standout demonstrated why he was selected second overall in the 2017 NFL Draft.

Regardless of the franchise’s current words, if Daboll can work his magic again, Trubisky may very well replace Jones.

After a rough start to his NFL career, Daniel Jones must now establish his value.

Daniel Jones will be tested to see whether he has what it takes to be the franchise quarterback the Giants selected him to be.

If he does, I’m convinced that Brian Daboll will be an excellent coach to work with. https://t.co/fvw6Svrp2G

— Field Yates (@FieldYates) January 28, 2022

In many respects, the Giants’ hire of Daboll is significant. Daboll has a lot of challenges to address after everything that went wrong with Judge overseeing the program.

Nonetheless, Jones’ performance is the most important factor for this squad, particularly if Trubisky or another quarterback is brought in as a backup.

Jones set career highs in touchdowns (24) and yards in his debut season (3,027). Things started to go apart after that.

Despite playing just 11 games, the former Duke quarterback passed for fewer than 3,000 yards in each of the previous two seasons including a career-low 2,428 yards this past season.

Jones hasn’t thrown for more than 11 touchdowns in each of the previous two seasons, and he hasn’t looked good since his rookie season. Jones is under more pressure than ever after being selected sixth overall in 2019.

Despite this, Schoen praised Jones at his first news conference, albeit this should be considered with a grain of salt.

In his intro press conference, new #Giants GM Joe Schoen says of QB Daniel Jones: “We’ll build an offense to accentuate what Daniel does best.” A strong show of support for the starting QB.

— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 26, 2022

If he fails, Daboll and Schoen will not hesitate to break connections with him and bring in someone else. Perhaps Trubisky, another first-round flop, will be drafted and given the job.

There’s a lot to look forward to in New York, but the Giants now have a new head coach and general manager.

Pro Football Reference provided the statistics.

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