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The Giants Are Reportedly Adding A College Coach To Their Staff

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The New York Giants’ 2022 season was a surprise to many around the league.

Not only did the Giants make the playoffs last year, but they were able to win a playoff game against the Minnesota Vikings.

The Giants were supported by strong play by Daniel Jones, and the eventual Coach of the Year, Brian Daboll.

Ahead of the 2023 season, the Giants have recently added a new offensive line coach in hopes of continually growing their offense, per On3 Sports.

The New York Giants are expected to hire Holy Cross offensive coordinator Chris Smith as an assistant offensive line coach, sources tell @on3sports.

Helped Holy Cross finish 12-1 last season and rank eighth in the FCS in scoring offense.

— Matt Zenitz (@mzenitz) March 5, 2023

Chris Smith comes to the Giants from Holy Cross, where he was offensive coordinator during the 2022 season.

Last season, Holy Cross was the eighth-best team in the FCS in terms of scoring, ending the year with a 12-1 record.

While Smith doesn’t have any NFL coaching experience, his extensive offensive coaching experience could be invaluable to the Giants’ offensive line.

Jones was the fifth-most sacked quarterback in 2022, with 44.

Even though he has a fantastic ability to take off on the run, the fact that Jones was sacked over 40 times is an indictment of the offensive line.

If Smith can turn this offensive line around, Jones would be the primary benefactor, followed closely by their run game.

The Giants offense does need a fair amount of help, as many have pointed to the wide receiver position as an area of growth for the team.

The NFC East should prove to be a difficult division again in 2023, especially given the dominance of the Philadelphia Eagles.

How will the Giants grow and change their roster to keep up with the demands of their division?

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