Davis Webb Ready To Transition Into Coaching?
Davis Webb made his first NFL start in Week 18 for the New York Giants may have already made his last. The man who I infamously said was better than Jared Goof (I know it’s Goff, he’s just permanently Goof) is ready for the next stage of his life. IF given the right opportunity, Webb has made it clear that he is open to making the leap to the coaching world.
Adam Schefter of ESPN was the first to report the news:
Webb, 28, best football moment may have come at the Reese’s Senior Bowl when he won the MVP Award in 2017. Webb played like a rockstar throughout the draft process and eventually got picked in the 3rd round by the New York Giants. With the Giants, Webb wasn’t exactly in the best spot during the Ben McAdoo era. Eli Manning was on his last legs and then the crazy benching came with the insertion of Geno Smith. Webb never really got an opportunity to start until this past week.
Webb might not be that old but he’s also not one of these super athletic alien quarterbacks the NFL keeps pumping out. At this point for Webb, it’s either find another backup job or get a head start on coaching. The latter option may wind up being more beneficial on the financial side years from now.
Webb should have a full scale brain on the air raid offense during his time with Texas Tech when he was a teammate of Patrick Mahomes. Webb should have no issue finding a quarterback job somewhere either for an NFL team or in college.
If this is it for Davis Webb, hats off to you. The Vendetta fans will always remember you as one of my weird quarterback crushes over the years.