Brian Daboll Teams Coached

Last Modified Sep 9, 2023 18:10 GMT
Brian Daboll
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Brian Michael Daboll is a football coach from Canada and America. He is now the head coach for the New York Giants in the National Football League (NFL).


Born in Welland, Ontario, Canada on April 14, 1975, he was raised in West Seneca, Buffalo, New York, United States. He played football as a starter in his university days. However, he has always wanted to be a coach. He has won the Super Bowl five times namely XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX, XLIX and LI. Brian Daboll is a well-respected and demanding coach because of how he trains his players to play football. His winning Super Bowls for different teams has increased his demand among teams to be their coach.


Daboll as a head coach has a win-loss record of 9-7-1 in the regular season and a win percent of .559. In the postseason, he has a win-loss record of 1-1 with a win percent of .500. Brian Daboll now seems interested in winning his sixth Super Bowl with the New York Giants.


Teams Coached by Brian Daboll

Just like all other NFL coaches, Brian Daboll started his coaching career in college football, then shifted to the NFL. Here is a peek into all the teams that he has coached.

College

Brian Daboll started his coaching career as a volunteer assistant in The College of William & Mary in 1997. Then he shifted to the University of Michigan in 1998-1999 as a graduate assistant coach. He served under Nick Saban, the head coach there.

New England Patriots

This is where Brian Daboll got his first taste of NFL coaching. He was brought in 2000-2001 to work as a defensive assistant under head coach Bill Belichick. He improved the defensive unit of the team. From 2002-2006, he was promoted to be the wide receivers coach for the team.

Throughout his first tenure with the New England Patriots, he helped them win three Super Bowls. These are Super Bowl XXXVI (2001 NFL season) , Super Bowl XXXVIII (2003 NFL season) and Super Bowl XXXIX (2004 NFL season). He stayed with the team till 2006 after which he departed from them.

New York Jets

Brian Daboll next joined this team in 2007. He served as the quarterbacks coach for the team and coordinated with Eric Mangini. During his time with the team, he would prepare players like Brett Favre, Chad Pennington and Kellen Clemens. Despite this, the New York Jets performed quite poorly in the season and ended with a win-loss record of 9-7. In the 2008 season, Mangini was removed and they brought in Rex Ryan as the new head coach. Brian Daboll was not retained.

Cleveland Browns

This was the third team in Brian Daboll’s NFL coaching career. In 2009, he again worked with head coach Eric Mangini in this team. His main role was as an offensive coordinator. His coaching and guidance caused the offense of the team to be number 32 in 2009 and 29 in 2010.

Miami Dolphins

After leaving the Cleveland Browns in 2010, Brian Daboll joined the Miami Dolphins in 2011 as an offensive coordinator under Tony Sparano. He helped improve the offense of the team and the team moved from the 30th position to the 20th position in the area of offense. Nevertheless, head coach Tony Sparano was removed in December 2011 and new head coach Joe Philbin did not keep Brian Daboll. Hence, he departed from the team.

Kansas City Chiefs

This was Brian Daboll’s next NFL team as a coach. He joined the team in 2012 as an offensive coordinator and again met Romeo Crennel, the head coach. Both of them had worked together with the New England Patriots from 2001-2004. Unfortunately, Daboll’s tenure with the Kansas City Chiefs was not fruitful. The team had the worst performance in the 2012 NFL League with a win-loss record of 2-14. Romeo Crennel was fired from the team and new head coach Andy Reid did not keep Brian Daboll in the team. This led to his departure.

New England Patriots

Brian Daboll came back to where it all started. He rejoined the New England Patriots as an offensive coaching assistant in 2013. From 2014 to 2016, he served as a tight-end coach for the team. During this time, he helped develop Rob Gronkowski. Furthermore, his efforts led the New England Patriots to win Super Bowl XLIX (2014 NFL season) and Super Bowl LI (2016 NFL season).

Alabama Crimson Tide

Brian Daboll returned back to college football in 2017. He joined the Alabama Crimson Tide as an offensive coordinator and reunited with head coach Nick Saban, under whom he has also served at Michigan. His coaching helped the team beat the Georgia Bulldogs at the National Championships Game in 2018. Furthermore, he also coached and developed players like Tua Tagovailoa and Jalen Hurts during this time.

Buffalo Bills

Brian Daboll returned to the NFL in 2018 when he joined the Buffalo Bills as an offensive coordinator and served under head coach Sean McDermott. During this time, he also coached and developed Josh Allen. This helped in improving the team's offense in 2020 and the Buffalo Bills qualified for the AFC Championships Game. Unfortunately, they lost to the Kansas City Chiefs with a score of 38-24. Nevertheless, Brian Daboll was honored with the Associated Press NFL Assistant Coach of the Year for the 2020 NFL season.

New York Giants

In 2022, Brian Daboll joined the New York Giants as the head coach. On his debut, he helped the team defeat the Tennessee Titans with a score of 21-20. Next, they defeated the Indianapolis Colts with a score of 38-10 and reached the playoffs in 2016. They were seeded 6th in the playoffs for 2022-2023. They beat the Minnesota Vikings with a score of 31-24 during the NFC Wild Card. It was their first postseason victory since they last won the Super Bowl XLVI (2011 NFL season).

Unfortunately, they lost to the Philadelphia Eagles with a score of 38-7 in the Divisional Round. Nevertheless, Brian Daboll was satisfied with his first season as a head coach. He was also honored as the Associated Press 2022 NFL Coach of the Year. Now, he is interested in improving the team’s performance in the 2023 NFL season.

FAQs

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A. Brian Daboll has coached 7 NFL teams till now.

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