Despite his records and championship titles, Giants S Landon Collins wouldn't want Bill Belichick as his head coach.
It was rumored a power struggle in the Patriots' organization could see Belichick find employment elsewhere. However, he said he "absolutely" plans on coaching the Pats in 2018.
Collins likened Belichick's style of coaching to that of his former coach at Alabama -- Nick Saban. Saban's style may have made Collins into the Pro Bowler he is today, but that doesn't mean he wants to be in that environment again.
"The way he runs his organization, I've been through that process. I don't like it," Collins told The Post's Zach Braziller. "It's too strict...He's a great winner, he's a great coach. I don't know if [his style] is what the organization really wants.
"I talked to guys who played for [his] team. They love winning, but at the same time, they don't want to be on the team."
As for who the Giants should target, Collins doesn't have one name in mind. In fact, Collins has yet to meet the Giants' new GM, Dave Gettleman, but plans on doing so sometime this week when he returns to New Jersey. He is already impressed by his attitude toward fixing the team.
"He's sticking to his word, what his words were? 'Kicking ass,'" Collins said. "I'm happy about that. I like that he's enforcing what he said he was going to do. That's the biggest thing."
With the Giants continuing their search for a new head coach, Collins will continue to nurse his fractured forearm that he suffered before Week 17. He was set to be the only Giant to represent the team at the Pro Bowl this year, but due to the injury, the likelihood of him dressing up for the event is slim.
This season came the third straight Collins has led the Giants in tackles (104), while tallying two interceptions, one forced fumble, two fumble recoveries, and six passes defended.