New Bill Belichick-Giants report will have Brian Daboll's seat red hot all season

Bill Belichick to the NY Giants next offseason?
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This might be the most head-turning NY Giants update of the offseason and it's one that's going to have people talking for months. With Bill Belichick and the Patriots parting ways after the 2023 season, plenty of people expected him to quickly find a new home.

That wasn't the case, as Belichick is going to be enjoying the 2024 season, unless something quickly changes, from the comfort of his own home. However, we don't expect that to be the case once 2025 comes around. Having said that, where could the future Hall-of-Famer land? As it turns out, Belichick has three teams in mind, with one of them being the G-Men:

Bill Belichick reportedly has interest in coaching the New York Giants

This news has come in from out of nowhere, but it's already making tons of headlines. Obviously, Belichick is one of the best leaders the NFL has ever seen, but Brian Daboll is just one year removed from being named Coach of the Year.

However, the 2023 season brought Daboll and Big Blue back down to earth, as they went 6-11 and missed out on the playoffs. This offseason is going to be MASSIVE for both Coach Dabs and general manager Joe Schoen, with the NFL Draft of course putting extra pressure on the two of them.

With Belichick, he's of course no stranger to East Rutherford, as he was with NY from 1979-1990 before taking his first head coach gig with the Cleveland Browns. Is it too early to start thinking about a reunion here?

The Belichick chatter grew this offseason after NY's campaign from hell, but there was just no way the Giants were going to move on from him so fast. Should another losing season be on the way, though, then people are going to be begging for a change at the top - Schoen knows people aren't too happy with him at times too.

The fact that Belichick is also eyeing Philly and Dallas is pretty interesting. Both Nick Sirianni and Mike McCarthy could be on their way out in 2025 if they don't impress their respective team owners. Yup, 'Belichick watch' is officially something to pay attention to starting right now.