Giants could complete clean-sweep of Bills’ offensive staff after Brian Daboll hire

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The New York Giants scooped up Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll to be their next head coach with swift action. It seems as if Big Blue is keen on stealing away all of Buffalo’s primary pieces on offense, as they are now linked to Ken Dorsey, the team’s QB coach, and offensive assistant.

Dorsey could be convinced to stay in Buffalo, but if the Giants throw a bag full of cash at Dorsey and guaranteed offensive play-calling duties, it might be incredibly difficult for him to turn the job down.

Dorsey is an exciting young offensive mind, despite the fact the Bills plan to promote him to offensive coordinator, retaining a bit of consistency within the offensive coaching turnover.

The offensive combo the Giants Need:

However, landing the combo of Daboll and Dorsey would be a steal for the Giants. New general manager Joe Schoen has undoubtedly left his mark on the team already, looking to his former club as a farm system for his new coaching staff.

Looking at Dorsey’s background, he played professional football with the San Francisco 49ers and Cleveland Browns before making his way to the Toronto Argonauts in the CFL back in 2010.

Dorsey’s coaching experience ranges from the Carolina Panthers when he was hired as a pro scout to Florida international University back in 2018 to serve as the assistant director of athletics and then back to the NFL with the Bills as their quarterback’s coach under head coach Sean McDermott.

Dorsey has climbed the ranks efficiently, having been approached by a number of teams regarding their vacant offensive coordinator positions in 2020. Having worked with one of the best quarterbacks in football and a modern offensive scheme, he would be a perfect selection to work hand-in-hand with Daboll to correct the Giants’ offense.

On the defensive side for the Giants:

There is also interest in former Baltimore Ravens defensive coordinator Don Martindale, who recently split ways with his former team. Martindale has had a tremendous career in the NFL, enjoying top 10 defenses the last few seasons before this most recent campaign where his unit struggled with significant injuries.

There’s always the possibility that the Giants retain Patrick Graham at DC, providing a bit of continuity within their ranks. Graham already has established relationships with his players and coaches, which is a positive factor. That factor alone would give Daboll the necessary time to invest in the offense and correct their issues.