New York Giants head coach Brian Daboll revealed on Monday who will be the play-caller for his team this season.

Mike Kafka, who is in his first season as offensive coordinator after having been transferred from Kansas City, will be the team's play-caller on Sunday when they play The Tennessee Titans.

Kafka played for the Giants during the preseason, however, there was suspicion that Daboll who also called games during his time as 

coordinator of the Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator was likely to take on this role once the actual games started.

It's not the case, as Daboll explained today, and it appears that the majority of people on the team aren't shocked about the choice.

"Mike Kafka being the play caller was the worst kept secret of the offseason," according to Talkin Giants podcast host Bobby Skinner.

"I definitely prefer it in welding of 2 offenses. Think there's value to calling plays from the booth + allows Brian Daboll to focus on other HC duties."

"My take: Kafka was never leaving Patrick Mahomes, Andy Reid and KC if he wasn't calling plays," said ESPN's Jordan Raanan.

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However, some fans - especially Texas supporters - seem upset with the fact that Saban is receiving praise even as Longhorns head coach Steve Sarkisian got roasted for saying the exact similar thing.