The New York Giants have begun their search for a new offensive coordinator.
Two candidates who have been linked to the Giants’ job that opened after Kevin Gilbride announced his retirement last week include Mike Sullivan, who before serving as the offensive coordinator for Tampa Bay was the quarterbacks coach for the Giants, and Dowell Loggains, who was part of the coaching staff purge in Tennessee.
Sullivan was reportedly scheduled to have his interview with Giants head coach Tom Coughlin on Tuesday while the 33-year-old Loggains, who was part of a Titans staff that one time included former Giants quarterbacks coach Chris Palmer, is scheduled to meet with the team on Wednesday, per a report by ESPN’s Ed Werder.
Under Loggains, whose coaching influences also include Sean Payton and Norm chow to name just a few, the Titans offense finished 14th in the running game (118.4 yards / game) and 21st in the passing game (218.5 yards/game). They also averaged 22.6 points per game.