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Brian Daboll was hired as the 20th head coach in Giants history on Jan. 28, 2022. It is his first head coaching position.
Daboll has 20 years of NFL coaching experience. He is a five-time Super Bowl champion with the New England Patriots and won a national championship at the University of Alabama in his primary season as a college coach.
Daboll joined the Giants after spending the previous four seasons as the offensive coordinator of the Buffalo Bills. He devised the game plans and called the plays for one of the most productive offenses in the NFL, one that helped the Bills earn three consecutive playoff berths, win the last two AFC East titles and advance to the conference championship game in 2020.
Mike Kafka is in his first season as the Giants’ offensive coordinator and sixth as an NFL coach. Kafka, 35, spent the previous five seasons as an assistant coach on Andy Reid’s staff with the Kansas City Chiefs, the last two as the team’s quarterbacks coach and passing game coordinator. During Kafka’s tenure in Kansas City, the Chiefs were one of the NFL’s most successful teams and deployed one of the league’s most prolific offenses.
Don “Wink” Martindale is his first season as the Giants’ defensive coordinator, his 18th season in the NFL and his 35th year in coaching. Martindale, 59, spent the previous 10 seasons on the Baltimore Ravens’ coaching staff, the last four as defensive coordinator. During his time in Baltimore, Martindale won Super Bowl XLVII and consistently had one of the NFL’s best defenses. His unit ranked in the top three in the NFL in points allowed in each of his first three seasons, and first, fourth and seventh, respectively, in yardage yielded while never finishing lower than eighth against the run or the pass.
Special Teams Coordinator
Thomas McGaughey, is in the fifth season of his second stint with the Giants and his fifth as their special teams coordinator. He was previously a coordinator for three other NFL teams.