Re: Josh McDaniels to Stay with Pats
posted at 1/1/2013 6:43 PM EST
In response to NY-PATS-FAN4's comment:
In response to Hetchinspete's comment:
In response to mthurl's comment:
Well good for us I guess. Good for the teams that would of foolishly hired him too - I really was surprised that anyone would fall for a guy that failed once already, and is doing well as a coordinator in large part because of Tom Brady. I don't find the offensive game plans here to be anything special under Josh, maybe it's just me?
Need I remind you Bill's record wasn't exactly awe inspiring before he took over the Pat's reins and now he's considered by many the best coach in the game. This includes his first year with the Pats at 5-11. Granted having TB as your QB doesn't exactly hurt but people around here pick on the guy unmercifally as being unimaginative as an offensive coach but folks seem to forget BB is his boss and McDaniels game plans are run by and through BB, so if you want to blame somebody for lack of imagination with the offense blame BB which I'm not.
The Pats had Gronk injured for most of the second half of the season, Hern was off and on this year, Edelman missed a chunk of games yet the Pats with their so-called unimaginative offense still led the NFL in scoring by a huge 100 points, 4th best all-time. If the offensive guides of this team are so lame they must be doing something right.
McDaniels like many is ambitious so he went outside of the organization to get his feet wet as a head coach and failed but he knows it's a learning experience that he will only gain from, so now it's time to stay with the Pats to continue the learning process. Whether he is being groomed to take over BB's spot is only pure speculation but who knows, maybe in 10-15 year we'll be proclaiming McDaniels as the greatest coach of his era or maybe not.
Check out "Bill Belichick: A Football Life" if you haven't seen it already. It's on Youtube; the URL is below. Watch all 6 parts.
It's a pretty convincing case that BB was on the verge of building a dynasty with the Browns, before Art Modell pulled the carpet from underneath the city of Cleveland. Most everyone interviewed thinks the Browns would have been the current Patriots.
no they weren't...remember that guy u bash constantly called Brady?
that is a helluva lot of BB's "brilliance" right there