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Giants’ Brian Daboll won’t have his coordinators next year, insider predicts

The current two-game winning streak (against weak teams) will be a small bright spot in an otherwise forgettable season unless the New York Giants overcome all odds in the final five games of the campaign. With a 4-8 record, the Giants’ season is over.

According to Ryan Dunleavy of the New York Post, it is the primary reason Giants coach Brian Daboll won’t have his top lieutenants with him for the upcoming campaign.

“I don’t think any of the three Giants coordinators will be here next year,” Dunleavy stated in a Sunday segment that aired on WPIX Sports. “I believe that change is unavoidable during a season like this.”

On Mike Kafka, the Giants’ offensive coordinator who has held the role for the past two seasons:

“Mike Kafka could be looking to go somewhere else — you know, either to develop quarterbacks or call plays somewhere else.”

The Giants’ offense ranks 31st in points per game (13.3) and last in yards per game (258.7), though it has started Tommy DeVito, its third-string QB, in the last three games.

On Thomas McGaughey, the Giants’ special teams coordinator:

“Thomas McGaughey, after six years here, the special teams have not fared well. Perhaps a change is just what’s needed, according to Dunleavy.

When it comes to average yards per attempt for punt and kickoff returns, the Giants are in the bottom third of the league. They are 20th in terms of punts inside the opponent’s 20-yard line and 31st in terms of field goals made (70%).

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