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Mike Kafka on Giants play-calling: Every year is different, we have to go through the evaluation process

The Giants have two new coordinators on head coach Brian Daboll’s staff this season and it appeared they might make three changes early in the offseason.

Offensive coordinator Mike Kafka interviewed for the position of head coach of the Seahawks and Seattle wanted to speak to him a second time about becoming Mike Macdonald’s coordinator after they made that hire. There was some thought that Kafka wanted to move on after Daboll stepped down from offensive play-calling duties last season, but the Giants blocked the move and added an assistant head coaching title for Kafka.

On Monday, Kafka said he’s “excited to be here” when asked about the interest in making a side move and that “last year is last year” when it comes to calling plays. He said “we learned from it, we grew from it” and that they will figure out how things will work in 2024.

“Yes, every year is different,” Kafka said via a team transcript. “You have to go through the evaluation process, and this year is no different. It’s day one of phase one, so there’s still a long time to go. But I’m excited and I’m excited in my role and doing whatever we’re doing. can do to get better every day.”

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The Giants were coming off a playoff berth this time last year, but enter next season with a 6-11 record and a major question mark at quarterback, with Daniel Jones coming off a torn ACL. The draft could bring a challenger to Jones or help elsewhere on a unit that needs serious improvement before the Giants can work their way back up the standings.

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