After missing out on Kevin Stefanski, Giants hire Mike Shula as OC

After missing out on Kevin Stefanski Giants hire Mike Shula as OC

After missing out on Kevin Stefanski Giants hire Mike Shula as OC

It obvious Mike Shula was not the Giants first choice as their offensive coordinator, but if he's not calling the plays, it doesn't really matter.

Stefanski had the connection with Giants coach Pat Shurmur from their time in Minnesota the last two years, but Stefanski had a year left on his contract as the team's quarterbacks coach, thus allowing the Vikings to block the move.

Shurmur indicated that he planned to hire an offensive coordinator and a quarterbacks coach, but he clearly believes Shula is capable of handling both roles.

After spending five years in Charlotte, Mike Shula is headed to the Big Apple to try and squeeze the last bit of talent out of Eli Manning.

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Newton was not the first quarterback to earn his best numbers under Shula.

Shula, 52, served as the Carolina Panthers' offensive coordinator from 2013-17, before he was sacked in January following Carolina's loss to the New Orleans Saints in the National Football League playoffs.

It's likely that the Giants will draft a quarterback this spring, and Shula will work closely to develop whoever that is. Bevell is also linked to the Indianapolis Colts' vacant offensive coordinator position.

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Shula worked with Panthers quarterback Cam Newton for his entire seven-year career.

Shula's final offense in Carolina did well running the ball, but the team's results through the air were underwhelming. Carolina never finished higher than 12th in scoring in any other season, and the Panthers never ranked higher than 11th in total yards.

Shula was sacked after the Panthers' 31-26 Wild Card round loss to the Saints this past season and despite being an offensive-minded coach, Gettleman never considered Shula as a potential head coaching candidate, instead interviewing Panthers defensive coordinator Steve Wilks. Those two tenures have gone pretty differently, as Saban has won numerous national titles and Shula only had one winning season. He played quarterback at Alabama and was the head coach there from 2003-06.

Shula's lone head coaching job was at his alma mater.

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