Is Matt Patricia set to spurn the Lions for the Giants?

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Leonard even went so far as to debunk the idea a deal with the Lions is essentially done, with some indication Patricia prefers the Giants over the Lions. According to National Football League rules, Patricia can not execute a contract until the Patriots' season ends.

Patricia reportedly had interviews with the Giants, Detroit Lions and Arizona Cardinals last week, but seems to favor NY, according to multiple sources.

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The Lions are an ideal landing spot for Patricia because the team's general manager Bob Quinn was a former Patriots executive.

When I woke up Wednesday morning, I was glued to the reports and rumors still circling from a Tuesday afternoon radio interview which more than hinted that the Giants head coaching position might be enough to extract Nick Saban from the machine he has built at Alabama. However, Leonard said that that could be moot and academic as Patricia and the Giants may have found themselves to be a flawless match. Patricia earned a bachelor's degree in aeronautical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, where he played as an offensive lineman.

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Patricia, who's served as New England's defensive coordinator since 2012, has been a candidate for other head coaching vacancies in recent years and is reportedly the top candidate for the Lions' gig as well, according to Sports Illustrated's Peter King in his latest MMQB blog. The Indianapolis Colts, Chicago Bears and the Giants interviewed McDaniels, while the Arizona Cardinals interviewed Flores.

It would be quite interesting if Giants co-owner John Mara, an avowed supporter of Roger Goodell, hired the assistant coach whose decision to wear a Barstool Goodell clown shirt irked the commissioner, but if they feel he's the best option to Make the Giants Great Again perhaps that detail could be overlooked.

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