Seattle, WA- As the team walked (limped/carted) into the locker room, the Giants owner was seen stopping the teams trainer and informing him to gather his things and take a hike. After a startling number of injuries that found the Giants starting backups at QB, HB, TE, LOLB, MLB, ROLB, it was no surprise to see this shakeup. On the offensive side of the ball, the Giants current Offensive Coordinator told his players in the locker room that he had accepted a position to return to the college ranks to coach his alma mater. Giants current Defensive Coordinator announced an early retirement amongst rumors that he was going to be ousted due to the Giants lackluster defensive performance all season. New Hires: Offensive Coordinator: After seeing a shift in focus towards a passing attack later in the season, it was clear this was a direction the team wanted to go. Former Texas Tech head coach and current Washington State head coach Mike Leach will be joining the staff as Offensive Coordinator. Leach who is known as one of the founders of the Air Raid offense will bring an explosive and simple air attack to New York. Defensive Coordinator: Again the Giants are dipping into the ranks of college football this time for former NFL Defensive Coordinator Brian Stewart. Stewart a member of the Wade Phillip coaching tree spent several years working as the Defensive Coordinator of the Dallas Cowboys under Phillips before moving into the college ranks. Stewart has served for the past several years as the Defensive Coordinator for the defending National Champion Maryland Terrapins. (A kid can dream right?) Stewart brings with him an attacking 3-4 defense that should be very successful in New York.