Brian Daboll talks about the New York Giants’ progress
The New York Giants progressed under first-year head coach Brian Daboll during the 2022 season. The Giants made the playoffs for the first time in Daniel Jones’ NFL career. They defeated the Minnesota Vikings in the Wild Card round on the road. Daboll spoke to reporters on the team’s progress during the League Annual Meeting and suggested the team is far away from where they want to be.
According to the Giants’ website, Daboll said the team was starting over this offseason and not dwelling on what happened in 2022:
“It starts all over,” Daboll said. “I don’t get that far down the road. Just focus on today. Try to get better at the things we can get better at. We have a long way to go in terms of time, and we have a long way to go in terms of improvement. You all know this: What you do one year has no correlation to what you do the next year.
What you do one game has no correlation to what you do the next game. I’m not saying we’re starting at ground zero, because they know our system and there’s a lot of things they know more than they knew last year, but in terms of where we’re at and the things we’ve got to do, we’ve got a long climb ahead of us.”
The Giants have invested in the offense for the 2023 campaign. We’ll see if the team can do better than their 38-7 blowout loss in the Divisional Round to the Philadelphia Eagles.
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