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All right giants. Hi It's fans Ed Valentine back here on Valentine's views podcast and we're talking with RJ o of SP nations blogging. The boys about the giants Ryan's decision to bring former Dallas coach Jason Garrett on as offensive coordinator R. J. obviously four the the giants. The big thing at this point for them really is the development of of Daniel Jones. Second Year quarterback and it's kind of interesting because of the giants said that Jones developed nicely as a rookie that he had a good rookie year. And yet when you look at it he will enter two thousand twenty twenty with an entirely new coaching staff on the offensive side of the ball. New head coach. New Coordinator New quarterbacks coach just your thoughts this quickly on on what Jason Garrett can bring for Daniel Jones or I think Jason Garrett has an absolute strength working with young quarterbacks specifically Tony Romo emerged in two thousand six coincidentally against the giants and You know took. The cowboys helped the playoffs that season in the wildcard round the bobble game that everybody remembers but two thousand seven was Tony. Romo's first full season as a starter and Our I should mention Jason Garrett's first year working within that was the year he joined the cowboys staff and I mean the two thousand seven cowboys Which I know is a great subject for any giants Fan You know set. All sorts of franchise offensive records. I was one of the most prolific offenses at the Dallas Cowboys Organization Ever Pat. And that was when a young Jason Garrett was regarded you know people forget but the way that Sean mcvay kind of has been the way they're killing more has been and now Dak Prescott first year under Jason. Go Twenty sixteen while individually. He didn't necessarily. You're not setting the incredible records or anything. He did You know get get things done in a different way you know. It wasn't Aaron the ball out you know and high volumes. But I mean he was an offensive weapon in a way that Dak Prescott is and that was something that Jason Jason Gird oversaw. And so I think that he has an incredible ability to work with young quarterbacks and I I think it's it's worth saying that people have have noted that chasing its biggest flaws generally have been game day execution in terms of being a head coach. And so I think when when those responsibilities were stripped tipped away when all he has to worry about is his department. Where in this case is the quarterback? I think that I would expect a lot of results I really would. And I honestly we believe that Daniel Jones is perhaps the most Jason Garrett quarterback that there is i. I do think that's going to be a very interesting pairing. So you have to tell us a little bit more about why you about why you say that about why you say that that Jones is a Jason Garrett type quarterback why first of I think in in personality and in disposition you know I I mentioned that Jason Gird is very robotic And you know to your point deal you know dealt with at least a a lot of criticism as the Dallas cowboys coach. I think they're being. The quarterback of the giants is a similar job. And I think the Daniel Jones kind of has that same sort of personality kind kind of just shows up. Does this thing and seemingly unfazed by you know anything I mean Daniel Jones dealt with more flack than any rookie quarterback in recent memory. And so I think that they mesh well in that regard but I also think that you know I. I think that Jason Greg Did a Great Job Coaching Dak Prescott but I do think that he is is more or comfortable just because you know. He's an older principal based Sort of coach. I think he's more comfortable with with more classic pocket quarterback than I know Daniel Jones certainly has an ability to move around but I just think his traits and his history and and his football life. Really you know vibe with Jason Gear. You Obviously Danielle Jones evolved under David Cliff. And that's that's like a Jason Garrett thing had a no You know another way to put it just kind and you ever you ever cook in. You know what I mean. And you're like I think I think some peppery go good here. That's kind of how it feels. You're not just feels like something that would would go great together so it'll be interesting to watch. So let's talk a little bit about Jason Garrett you know offensive play caller offensive scheme designer his system quote unquote and he hasn't been a play caller. I think since two thousand and twelve at least full-time is concerned. I I guess it's considered Air Corps Yell it's considered more vertical then the sort of more horizontal more quick throw based stuff that that we've seen seen from the giants under both Ben mcadoo and Pat Shurmur. Just tell us a little bit about what we might expect you know from From Jason Garrett offense. I think that that's well. Put the Air Koryo. Offense Is without question a huge inspiration for how he sees his football ball world. And I you know. I don't know that until recently when when the cowboys acquired Amari Cooper and drafted Michael Gob. I don't know that Jason Garrett ever had the proper toys I mean. I think he always had quarterbacks capable of getting it done. But you know Jason witten capable of running vertically. How not incredibly far but Other than that. I mean you know the cowboys dealt with you. Know they had T. O.. Early on inch Mason guys offensive career with them. You know kind of a bigger body receiver and a guy I who can win across the middle and then they had Dez Bryant who You know patented Kinda the back shoulder throw with Tony Romo and that was the most vertical I think you know the desert he. It wasn't this advanced route runner by any means. And so I certainly think that Sterling Shepard any order Slayton was was fascinating to watch and Ingram are tools and toys that Jason chasing girls can use in those capacities. And I think more than anything though. I think you should expect balance. And I think that Jason Garrett is you know very excited obviously to to go from. Zeke Elliott saquon Barkley. I think many would say. That's an upgrade However I don't know that the giants offensive line is is ready to be what Jason Garrett needs needs? I mean obviously the cavs had one of the better offensive lines in the NFL over the last half decade. And I mean that that is an essential tool I mean that it really is an essential piece to which I mean. It's an essential piece. Everybody wants to do but he truly wants to be as balanced as possible in attack In in style and so is vertical as he gets he also wants to run the ball In in a way he appreciates history and I think that that bleeds over into how he wants to literally play the game and so i. I'm not trying to say that he's GonNa run the ball but he's he's not going to be. This erred out all all the time guy. So I think that there will be a lot of Again anion that is actually one of the things that Joe Judge has talked about one of the the things that that I've always admired about the new England. Patriots is the idea that that they aren't married to one way of doing things to one to basically bringing the same game plan the same scheme the same the same plan of attack weekend and week out that that things change means and Joe Jr his talked about that a lot. Whether it's you know whether we have to run the ball a lot one week where we have to throw it another week and I think that's you know that's something it sounds like like like Jason Garrett as play caller might be flexible enough to To do that. Yeah and I think he's evolved over time. I think he's become flexible and I think he's I think he's learned. I think he's grown and adapted like everybody does is life and so. I think that there are core principles to his offensive philosophy but I do think that he's capable of adjusting to different times. I tell you what I mean. I am very excited personally to see what he does with. Evan Ingram Have some Evan Ingraham. Shares in some dynasty leagues so might be a little bit too personally invested rested. But I mean it's been a long time since Jason Garrett had a dynamic you know kind of playmaking tight end I mean no disrespect Jason Win but I think that that singular peace can be you quite valuable for him. It's interesting because I have said for years when the giants when the giants drafted Evan Ingram was back back in the Ben mcadoo era as head coach. mcadoo at the at the press conference when they drafted Evan Ingram he said you know he said the shortest artist distance to the end zone is straight up the middle of the field you know meaning you know run the same route get the tight end right up. The middle of the field and weirdly macadear never used ingram that way. Neither did Pat Shurmur as you take. One of the speediest tight ends in football. When he's healthy he wanted to the the biggest match up nightmares? In the League from the tight end position and running horizontally and I never understood. Dude it sounds like you think that Garrett might look Ingram and and try to get him up to field a little bit more often. Yeah I think so and I think you analogy Jason Garrett Have Evan Ingram is one thing but the had them with you know I think the giants are in an interesting place overall Daniel Jones in you know and again I mean you now. I have great respect. Eli Manning but to have a quarterback who's who's capable of executing play action and being athletic and moving in adjusting and adapting. I think got it. I think it could be really fun. I think Daniel Jones and Ed Ingraham in general could be done in two thousand twenty but I think Jason Gert might might be the guy that's capable of kind of leaning into that interesting interesting. Well we will see how all of that plays out. I know everybody's A lot of giants fans are are sort of their leery eerie of Jason Garrett and I think part of that is simply because they've been rooting against Jason Garrett in in the Dallas cowboys for thirteen years. Now and snickered at some of the decisions that he's made in all of that so but but as I tell people they just have to let that go and see how this plays out. Yeah I mean There's no question that Jason Garrett has a very checkered past against this franchise as a coach and I mean I you you know. It's it's interesting to look at Michael McCarthy being the cowboys head coach now because you know I think a lot of ways you know Mike McCarthy kind it helped get himself to this point outside of his his dissolution the packers I mean it was. Mike McCarthy's packers that You know dealt the final loss to wade phillips you you know as the cowboys head coach. It was after losing forty five seven of them that the cowboys fired Wade and promoted Garrett and then he ultimately got the job and then Jason Grits. I win actually came on the road. in his new home. I've although I think that was the old meadowlands and then you know Mike McCarthy's packers beat the couch twice in the playoffs and challenges. Is the desk catches is. You don't remember. So I think they are mystically aligned in that way but I also think Jason Gertz been mystically aligned to the giants I mean obviously I mentioned two thousand seven The cow the cow was worse losses in recent memory. was against the giants and then four years later. We've talked about this. You and I the loss at home. It's into stadium. The Jason Pierre Paul blocked field goal and then a few weeks later on the road on. I think that was new year's day the Johnson Garrett has has. I think a lot of kind of like Mike McCarthy. I think the giants have helped get Jason Garrett to themselves by beating him so often and it's always it's interesting when people stay in house like in division. I'm excited or interested to see what potential assistance. Jason could take with him. Yeah that'll be interesting and I suppose supposed since you mentioned it the one that I I think you and I talked about a little bit off. Line Recently let me ask you about Mark Colombo Combo on the offensive line coach because that's a position that's a real key for the giants at this point one they haven't filled yet Let me let me ask you about Bill Callahan. As well since. That's the other name that that keeps coming up the question with Callahan that I have is is you know what is your thought really on the relationship between Garrett and Callahan. Because there's been some questions about that and also as I said your thoughts on unmarked Colombo if he actually emerges as a candidate while Marc Colombo played for the cowboys. Anybody that's unaware and kind of grew up in that that organization and you know joined the offensive staff you know in on a lower level and then as an assistant and then in two thousand eighteen When when the cowboys reached their bye week the week they traded for MRI Cooper? They also fired. Paul Alexander and promoted Colombo and instantly. You know experience a lot success along the offensive line. Many people attributed this to He was he was so you know so little removed from having played himself the players. I really liked Marc Colombo and and just kind of did things their way. I don't mean that. He was a pushover. He he just identified more with them and was able to kind of speak. The same language operate the same way march to the same be in so That's that's been something you know that the the cowboys fans I think have been really not not bothered but you know really a little bit bum to see Mike McCarthy not retain Mark Columbus so. I think that that is a great way to start improving your offensive line this year..