On Sunday, Andy Reid will do what he can to win his second Super Bowl as the head coach of the Chiefs, and there’s little doubt he’ll be chowing down on a celebratory cheeseburger if he earns the right to hoist the Lombardi Trophy based on how he traditionally indulges after big victories.
Giants head coach Brian Daboll might not have the chance to take part in The Big Game this year, but based on how he fared in his inaugural season at the helm in New York (or, if we’re being accurate, New Jersey), there’s a good chance the man who recently won NFL Coach of the Year honors will get the chance to play on football’s biggest stage at some point in the future.
The skipper who led his new squad to a 9-7-1 record before losing to the Eagles in the Divisional Round made the trip down to Phoenix for Thursday’s awards ceremony, and while plenty of other people in attendance will be sticking around in Arizona for Super Bowl LVII, he won’t be one of them.
So what will he be doing instead? Well, Daboll shared his plans for Sunday night with Paul Schwartz of The New York Post, and if any Giants fans weren’t already all-in on the head coach, it’s hard to imagine that won’t be the case when you consider his evening will revolve around some nachos, a six-pack of beer, and some good, old-fashioned football.
Brian Daboll after winning Coach of the Year said “I’d rather be playing down here.’’ He will watch Super Bowl LVII back home in Jersey. “I’m gonna sit back, eat a tray full of nachos, drink a six pack and then I’ll start my diet. I’m just gonna watch it as a fan.’’
— Paul Schwartz (@NYPost_Schwartz) February 10, 2023
The Giants have a knack for attracting some incredibly relatable coaches when you consider Joe Judge (who Daboll replaced) ordered a laughable amount of beer and pizza to his house after he was fired following a fairly disappointing tenure where he posted a 10-23 record during his time at the helm.
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