After a 3-9 start, the Giants won three of their last four games to save head coach Tom Coughlin’s job.
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The New York Giants will keep their coaching staff intact despite an awful start to the 2014 season that finished with a 6-10 record.
Giants DC Perry Fewell and special teams coordinator Tom Quinn appear set to return, Newsday’s Tom Rock first reported. Giants head coach Tom Coughlin hasn’t stated anything publicly regarding the position coaches, but the decision to keep the coordinators in place was reportedly reached a week after the Giants ended the season.
The New York Giants started the season 3-9, giving up 25 points or more seven times while scoring 14 points or less four times. Despite rumors that Coughlin and GM Jerry Reese were destined to be fired, the team won three of their last four games to finish 6-10, earning the confidence of team ownership in the process.
The team will have important decisions to make in free agency though: DE Jason Pierre-Paul is set to be a free agent and will likely be a top target among pass rush-needy teams. Pierre-Paul led the team with 12.5 sacks in 2014.