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Giants Fired Jason Garrett As Offensive Coordinator. Where Should They Go From Here? Who Should Be Hired On The Job?

This week, the New York Giants announced that them and former offensive coordinator Jason Garrett are parting ways and he will no longer have the job as their offensive coordinator.

With all of this being said, the Giants have now been producing well offensively since their last playoff run which was 2016 when Eli Manning was their quarterback and Odell Beckham Jr. was their wide receiver, which is nearly half a decade ago.

The Giants currently have the 24th ranked total offense in the league, ranking 21st in the passing game while having a 25th ranked rushing attack. 

With all of this being said, the Giants are out of a coordinator for the remainder of the season and their head coach Joe Judge is expected to take over and call the plays for the offense for the remainder of the season. 

This offseason will be a busy one for the Giants as they're expected to make more moves to put the franchise in a better place for success. 

Now the with the firing of Garrett happening, many are wondering who are the Giants going to hire next or who should they hire next as their new offensive coordinator? 

Below are some candidates that can be the right fit for the job in the organization. 

Todd Haley

During his four seasons in Pittsburgh, Haley has took the Killer B's and the rest of the Steelers offense to levels they've never seen in that organization at least under the Ben Roethlisberger era.

From Roethlisberger having what is arguably his best career numbers wide receiver to Antonio Brown dominating the league for at least four seasons, along with running back Le'Veon Bell who both were considered the league's best in their positions and being ranked for at least two of their four seasons together in the top 5 of the NFL Top 100 list. 

Along with that, the Steelers for at least three of their four years of Haley's era had what was ranked the league's best offensive line as well. 

If there's one man that can make this Giants offense pop and turn them from a laughing stock to the one of the league's best, it will be Todd Haley. 

Erie Bieniemy

On so many people's top lists, Bieniemy is the NFL's best offensive coordinator who many people believe is long overdue for a head coaching job in the league. 

During his time in Kansas City, Bieniemy's offense hasn't left the top ten in the NFL, especially since the Patrick Mahomes has taken over as their quarterback. 

These past three seasons, the Chiefs offense has taken the league by a margin and have put their feet on opposing defenses necks and didn't take their feet off since.

The Chiefs offense who are currently leading at 7-4 football team to what is possibly a three peat of their AFC West divisional title reign has the Chiefs passing attack back in top 10 once again with QB Mahomes leading the league in passing yards.