Missed the boat
I also don’t understand why the Giant’s made no effort to talk with Greg Roman. Roman has built not one but two dynamic offenses around mobile quarterbacks. He is known for great rushing attacks and heavy play action. Colin Kapernick an All-Pro and Lamar Jackson an MVP candidate under Roman’s guidance. Neither one is nearly as accurate a passer as Jones, and he never had a back like Barkley to work with.
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There is also Kansas City Chiefs Offensive Coordinator Eric Beinemy. You know since the last Andy Reid assistant who had the job, Doug Pederson seemed to do pretty well in the NFC East. Bienemy also had a great deal to do with Patrick Mahomes‘ development as well.
If only the Giants had a young quarterback they were developing, .he would have been worth an interview. Oh wait, he had an interview, the same day as Don Martindale. Those meetings came and went in the blink of an eye.
So naturally, the Giants pass on even talking to Roman or Bienemy to hire a guy whose big qualification seems to be that a good coach hired him. Next year if Roman is leading a revitalized Browns team, and Joe Judge has us wishing for Ben McAdoo just remember Dave Gettleman is smarter than all of us.
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