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Brian Dabor cherishes Giants' first 'humble' moment at MetLife Stadium

It took only a few minutes to drive from the Quest Diagnostics Training Center to MetLife Stadium, but late Friday afternoon Brian Daboll had an idea. I had an epiphany. He took a temporary break from his daily work when he saw people in the parking lot wearing LT, Eli and Saqon jerseys. 

He was the head coach of the New York Giants and was trying to guide an NFL team to his NFL stadium for the first time. 

"When I drive around and see the fan base here, I'm like, 'It's such a cool history to be in this position and it's a humbling moment for me,'" he said. Dabor told the Post.. "The first time you found out you were their head coach, meeting all the fans there and then standing on the sidelines — yeah, it was a lot of firsts. It was just practice, I thought it was a lot of firsts." 

It might be silly to give a UW scrimmage that doubles as a fanfest on MetLife any meaning. About 26,000 people turned out to watch Daniel Jones do good and bad against his own defense. Perhaps half of those fans were looking for something to do while easing the traffic before a late-night drive. coast. 

But the rookie head showed up to see something that made absolutely no sense to his coach. The 47-year-old Daboll had never run a team at any level. He started as William Mary's volunteer his assistant, and after experiencing Bill's Belichick and Nick his Saban's staff, Bill's offensive success as his coordinator put him on a big job with the Giants. rice field. 

Brian Daboll stands on the MetLife Field sideline for the first time as Giants head coach.
NY POST's Robert Sabo

," he said in June. Told. This is his 25-year development period, and there is much to learn from the good and the bad. Many "no", there are not many jobs. So every day I thank Lucky Star...I am the head coach of the football team, let alone the New York Football Giants. What an honor. 

And that honor marked him before this intra-team scrimmage. After finishing his on-field coaching and press room questions, Davor was walking down the corridors of MetLife and was asked if the opportunity meant anything to him. It appeared on the verge of becoming emotional. 

"It's hard to put into words," he told the Post. It was a different feeling to walk into the head coach's office and I was sitting there before the scrimmage and I'm humbled I'm very humbled I understand the role and I'm proud of our organization 

"But it sure was a pretty cool moment for me." 

No one knows how Daboll will become head coach. No one knew if just another rookie, Joe Judge, was the first. The Judge wasn't a disaster—he just wrote his own harrowing ending. You can decide that you like (so far) the way you do it. Know and play 

Brian Daboll
Robert Sabo of NY POST

People building relationships with organizations When asked if the majority of veteran Giants, who said "the whole building loves Davor", seem to reveal that they appreciate Davor's management style more than the judges' information The muscle says: They are not trying to hide it. 

Tyrod Taylor, a 12-year veteran who was never a Judge player, has seen plenty of coaches come and go, Daboll said. He said he impressed him every day with his locker room and boardroom command and the way he earned the respect of the team. They're doing a great job of doing that, but they're not withholding information either," Taylor said. "He's straight with us." 

Of course, if that player's connection doesn't show up on the scoreboard, it doesn't matter. Considering the Giants have lost more than his 10 games in his fifth straight season, it's clear Davor has to teach his team how to win. To do that, he has tried to create a highly competitive environment in every aspect of the program, "whether it's the cafeteria, the walkthrough, or the locker room. It's all about competition." . But on Friday night, during a less-than-mile drive in early August, I spent time in the head coach's office before the scrimmage for Fan Fest. In that short amount of time, Brian Dabor felt something he had never felt before in his own body. football life. 

Note... just in case he becomes the next Tom Coughlin or Bill Parcells.