Giants Super Bowl winner Hakeem Nicks backs Brian Daboll for the long haul

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Is there anyone in the region who doesn't like NY Giants head man Brian Daboll? The answer is no, other than all the Jets fans who are haters out there. Coach Daboll has developed rockstar status and his popularity is only growing by the day.

Coach Dabes is well respected by his players and Giants greats as well. Countless team legends have shown their support for the second-year head man. You can add Super Bowl winner Hakeem Nicks to the list. On Tuesday, Nicks took to Twitter to show Daboll and the G-Men plenty of love.

If you ask Hicks, Daboll is the right man for the job to try and get Big Blue back in the hunt for the Lombardi Trophy:

Former Giants standout Hakeem Nicks is a big fan of Brian Daboll

Nicks won the Super Bowl with the Giants in the 2011 season, as NY was able to once again stun Tom Brady and the New England Patriots with the title on the line. In total, Nicks played six campaigns with the Giants, posting 356 receptions for 5,081 yards and 31 touchdowns.

He posted back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons for the Giants in 2010 and 2011. In '11, when the Giants were able to win the Super Bowl, Nicks turned plenty of heads with 76 catches for 1,192 yards and seven scores.

Nicks knows what it takes for NY to play at a high level and now he's ready to see this next generation provide plenty of smiles at MetLife Stadium. In 2022, Nicks and others saw Daboll record an unreal first season at the helm, helping the Giants get back to the postseason for the first time since 2016.

While NY was eliminated by Philly in the Divisional Round, the play in '22 showcased that the future is bright with Daboll and Schoen in town. Hicks knows what kind of impact Daboll will have on the organization. We can't wait to see what Daboll and this team can accomplish moving forward.

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