Pats DC Matt Patricia reportedly prefers Giants head coaching job

New England Patriots defensive coordinator Matt Patricia is the favorite to land the Detroit Lions head coaching job according to multiple reports

New England Patriots defensive coordinator Matt Patricia is the favorite to land the Detroit Lions head coaching job according to multiple reports

According to Pat Leonard of The New York Daily News, "all signs" point toward Patricia becoming the next head coach of the New York Giants.

It appears the Detroit Lions are strongly considering making Matt Patricia their next head coach.

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It was assumed Patricia was destined for the Lions, but in recent days reports started to come out that Patricia preferred the Giants job. Their first two titles were headlined by one of the greatest defensive players in National Football League history, linebacker Lawrence Taylor, who was supported by the likes of Giants legends like Carl Banks, Harry Carson and George Martin. Peter King of also says Patricia would lean toward NY over Detroit if given a choice.

If Patricia does go to the Giants, watch out for Texans assistant and former Patriots linebacker Mike Vrabel in Detroit.

However, the report claims that "Indianapolis is considered the more likely landing place" after the franchise's top candidate, former Chiefs offensive coordinator Matt Nagy, accepted the Chicago Bears' head coaching position earlier this week.

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Patricia will remain in full Bill Belichick, say nothing in any public way-mode until the Patriots' season is over.

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. "The news was that the Patriots believe he will be leaving, regardless of where he ends up".

He would take over for Steve Spagnuolo, the Giants' interim head coach who stepped in after Ben McAdoo was sacked after Week 13 of a nightmare 2017 season.

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The 43-year-old Patricia could also take some of the Patriots' coaching staff with him.

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