Matt Patricia favors Giants over Lions

Esther Moore
January 11, 2018

On Wednesday, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reported "all signs are pointing to" Patricia as the Giants' next head coach.

Get the best sports content from the web and social in the new B/R app. If the Patriots advance to the Super Bowl, the Giants can again interview Patricia during the bye week between the conference championship and the title game. National Football League rules state Patricia can not execute a contract until the Patriots' season ends.

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

According to Pat Leonard of New York Daily News, Patricia will become the next head coach of the New York Giants. Sports Illustrated's Peter King adds that while the Lions favor Patricia over Houston Texans defensive coordinator Mike Vrabel for their head coaching job, Patricia is now leaning towards the Giants' head coaching position, meaning Vrabel could eventually land in Motor City.

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He would take over for Steve Spagnuolo, the Giants' interim head coach who stepped in after Ben McAdoo was sacked after Week 13 of a nightmare 2017 season.

Peter King of Monday Morning Quarterback reports Patricia actually favors NY over Detroit contrary to earlier speculation.

The strong belief is that Matt Patricia will not be defensive coordinator of the New England Patriots next season, leaving the cozy comfort of Bill Belichick's staff for a head coaching gig of his own. The Indianapolis Colts, Chicago Bears and the Giants interviewed McDaniels, while the Arizona Cardinals interviewed Flores. 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.

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