However, it's Patricia, a NY native and former offensive lineman, that is believed to be favored by new general manager David Gettleman who, according to the Daily News, is keen on fixing the Giants' offensive line and improving the franchise's culture. Today, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reported that "all signs are pointing" to Patricia coaching the Giants.
But the Daily News reported Wednesday "that all signs are pointing" to Patricia taking over the coaching reins in NY and that "there are indications he prefers the Giants to the Lions".
"In terms of team building, I'm old fashioned".
The former aeronautical engineer has led New England to a top ten defense in terms of points allowed in each season since being named defensive coordinator in 2012.
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Players love Carolina defensive coordinator Steve Wilks, who interviewed with the Giants on Tuesday, and he could be the calming guy to fix a divided and mercenary NY team.
Now, a new report is surfacing, and while it also suggests that a Patriots coach could be headed to Jersey, this time it's defensive coordinator Matt Patricia's name that's being thrown around. 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. But what matters is what's between Patricia's ears. And part of the reason for that may be because he desires a call from Big Blue.
Patricia could take some members of the Patriots coaching staff with him, so that is something to watch for in the coming weeks.
The New York Giants may have identified their man.