8. Ben McAdoo, New York
I’m not sure a lot of teams will be calling for McAdoo, who in his first year with the Giants has led the 14th-ranked offense in the league in terms of scoring and total yards. But his resume includes being Aaron Rodgers‘ quarterback coach, and given the current situation in New York, he may be the leading candidate to succeed to Tom Coughlin.
Giants management and Coughlin will have to decide the fate of the two-time Super Bowl-winning coach in the offseason, and it could be that the two sides mutually part ways on good terms. If the Giants go in another direction, it should be toward resurrecting the offense with McAdoo at the helm.
Eli Manning is a poor fit for McAdoo’s West Coast system, so part of McAdoo’s takeover could include parting ways with another decade-long Giants great.