Joe Schoen and Brian Daboll sent awesome message to Giants season ticket holders

Brian Daboll, NY Giants. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
Brian Daboll, NY Giants. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images) /

It’s impossible to not love general manager Joe Schoen and head coach Brian Daboll for all that they’ve been able to do for the NY Giants in less than a year in East Rutherford. The G-Men were expected to be one of the worst teams in the NFL this season. Well, things didn’t go as planned for the haters – the G-Men are playoff-bound, baby.

After beating the Colts on Sunday, Big Blue indeed locked in its trip to the NFC Wild Card Round. With 2023 now officially here, both Daboll and Schoen have major plans for the Giants and they’ve already won over even more fans by sending season ticket holders a special note. This is just amazing to see.

NY Giants head coach Brian Daboll has been a pleasure for the fanbase to watch

These guys just get it. Daboll has spoken incredibly highly of the NY supporters from the moment he arrived in town. The feeling is mutual. Between his epic goatee, his aviators and more, Daboll has been the perfect fit for the Giants and he has helped fix the negative culture surrounding this team.

As for Schoen, he has made brilliant decision after another. Obviously, hiring Daboll as head coach has to be No. 1 on the list, but the amount of financial gymnastics he’s been able to do to have this team competitive has been brilliant.

With these two leading the way, the future is no doubt bright for the Giants. With them at 9-6-1 entering the regular-season finale, the morale is at an all-time high for this group of guys. Now, we must wait and see if the Giants will take on the Vikings of 49ers in the Wild Card Round.

Regardless of who the Giants play or how things go in the postseason, Daboll and Schoen have already exceeded expectations for Year 1 in charge. We can’t wait to see what happens this offseason with the team too, but first, Daboll and Schoen might be ready to surprise even more people in the playoffs.