Giants Interview Mike Shula

New Giants head coach Joe Judge interviewed incumbent offensive coordinator Mike Shula for the same job on his staff, sources tell Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com (on Twitter). Shula was the Giants’ OC for the last two years under Pat Shurmur and he’ll have a chance to stick under Judge.

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Shula helped in the development of quarterback Daniel Jones, who showed promise at times in 2019. On the other hand, the Giants offense has struggled as a whole during Shula’s tenure and the club went 9-23 over the last two seasons.

Over the weekend, Judge hired Patrick Graham away from the Dolphins to serve as his defensive coordinator and assistant head coach. We also recently learned that Judge’s deal with the G-Men is for five years – they hope he’ll last the full length of the contract, since the Giants’ last couple of coaches only lasted two years.

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  1. crosseyedlemon

    Just want to thank the staff for the new editing feature. It’s been a long overdue improvement but will make this site even better :)

    • rct

      Please bring back nested comments, though. Right now I have no idea who is responding to whom.

      • crosseyedlemon

        The nested comments work well on wide screens but apparently they create havoc on the mobile app. Finding an acceptable compromise there may be difficult.

  2. Ramon Garciaparra

    Alas, things were going so well. If his last name was Handley instead of Shula would he keep finding jobs?

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