|Giants assistant HC/DC Patrick Graham, 42: The Jets requested an interview with Graham for their head-coaching job in January, but he declined and signed a contract extension with the Giants that made him one of the NFL's highest-paid defensive coordinators. A one-time Yale defensive lineman, Graham is now in his 20th year coaching, with the past 13 being spent in the NFL (including a Super Bowl XLIX win with New England). He's passionate, has high expectations and can be hard on players in a way that makes them love him more.|
|other than in the red zone. You want to say this is the modern NFL and the Redzone is what matters I am with you. But, KC had been struggling mightily, Carolina's offense was woeful without McAffery, I am just not convinced we have turned a corner on defense. I hope to heck we have, but again I am not convinced.|
| 21 in Yards allowed
15 in points allowed
I know I look forward to watching a Defensive masterpiece every Sunday. I especially love how they call Time outs on defense and then give a big play the very next play. Just great coaching.
|Defensive coordinator go on to have success as a head coach.|
| In comment 15456908 Giantimistic said:
Defensive coordinator go on to have success as a head coach.
Bill Parcells started as Defensive Coordinator/LB coach
Of course we were lucky to keep Parcells.
Not a huge list but quite an impactful one—not comparing Graham to them.
The biggest fail of course was Spags
What's the actual answer to this? Twice?