The New York Giants will continue interviewing head-coaching candidates on Thursday as Eric Studesville, a one-time Giants running backs coach, gets his turn to make a pitch for the job.
In our poll asking which of the candidates you want to get the job, 50 percent have thus far voted for New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels. The poll does not include Philadelphia Eagles defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz as it was posted before his interview was reported.
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Which of the six current candidates for Giants head coach would you prefer?
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As of now, the interview schedule looks like this:
Thursday — Studesville
Friday — McDaniels
Friday or Saturday — Matt Patricia
Saturday — Pat Shurmur
Saturday — Schwartz
Next week — Steve Wilks
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