5. Jay Gruden
The final potential offensive coordinator on this list is former Washington Redskins Head Coach, Jay Gruden. Gruden had a rough start to this season and got fired after week five, where Washington went 0-5 before his firing.
Looking at his personnel groupings, Gruden called plays out of 10 or 11 personnel on 86% of plays this season through week five. Roster-wise, the Giants would need to add some receiving talent in order to fit Gruden’s style, unless they decide to use Evan Engram more as a receiver when they want to go with a spread look.
As with Garrett, Gruden’s head coaching experience could be vital in the development of Joe Judge as a head coach. The rumor is that Gruden is holding out waiting for a head coaching opportunity, but with the Browns not bringing him in for an interview, unless he’s looking to go to college then he will not be a head coach in 2020.