5 Mike Kafka replacements the Giants should already be thinking about

The G-Men will be looking to change a couple of things on offense next year

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4. Miami Dolphins QBs coach Darrell Bevell

One of this NFL season's most prominent storylines has been Tua Tagovailoa's resurgence. The Dolphins have finished over .500 every year after the 2019-20 season and have been a winning team since Tua arrived in Miami. Still, many football fans were worried about the quarterback's future after failing to get the Dolphins over the hump of becoming contenders and suffering from multiple concussions in one season.

A year later, Tua is leading the Miami Dolphins at the top of the AFC East standings and has managed to stay healthy throughout the season. Tagovailoa has thrown for 2,609 yards and nine touchdowns in nine games. A significant reason for his performance this year could be Miami's passing game coordinator and quarterback coach Darrell Bevell.

The 53-year-old coach has been a part of several coaching staffs around the league, including the Packers, Vikings, Seahawks, Lions, and most recently, the Jaguars. He has served as a quarterbacks coach, offensive coordinator, and even interim head coach for the Lions and Jaguars after head coaches Matt Patricia and Urban Meyer were dismissed.

Suppose the Giants decide to part ways with Kafka this winter. In that case, the front office may look into hiring Bevell because of his impressive resume and recent performance working with Tagovailoa and the Miami Dolphins. It appears a couple of G-Men fans wouldn't mind welcoming him to NY either: