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Let the crying begin.

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    Re: Let the crying begin.

    Really makes no sense. Mcdaniels could've been hired at the beginning of the year. He has gained no new knowledge of the Broncos over the past year. This move IMO is all about Mcdaniels learning the offense from Obrien this year. He has never worked with Gronk, Hernandez, Ridley, Woodhead, Waters, Solder, Vollmer, etc. it is completely new personnel based around two TE's. He now has the opportunity to hit the ground running by learning what Obrien has been tweaking for 3 years. Alot of noise about nothing.
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    Re: Let the crying begin.

    Cowboys had similar hire in '09 playoffs

    January, 9, 2012
    Jan 9
    PM ET
    Earlier today, the question was asked if the NFL should allow coaches to join other teams in the playoffs (link here), as is the case with Josh McDaniels and the Patriots.

    Tom Curran of Comcast SportsNet writes on the topic, pointing out a similar situation unfolded two years ago with the Dallas Cowboys (link here). When Cowboys assistant Todd Grantham was named defensive coordinator at the University of Georgia, the Cowboys hired Paul Pasqualoni -- who had just been fired as Dolphins defensive coordinator after the 2009 season -- for the playoffs that year.

    As noted by Tim McMahon of (link here), Grantham was the defensive line coach for the Cowboys, which was the role Pasqualoni inherited
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    Re: Let the crying begin.

    gawd this guy is a freakin moron, he is just trying to find things to b1tch about...
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