McDaniels Heading To Denver

ESPN’s Chris Mortensen is reporting that 32-year old Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels has agreed to become the new head coach of the Denver Broncos.

He replaces Mike Shanahan, who was fired last month.

Broncos owner Pat Bowlen must be hoping McDaniels fares better than the last Patriots assistants to ascend to top jobs.

For the record:
Romeo Crennel: 24-40 with the Browns
Charlie Weis: 29-21 at Notre Dame
Eric Mangini: 23-26 for the Jets

How much of an effect with this have on the Patriots? Well, if you are a believer that Bill Belichick is intimately involved with every facet of the team, then the answer is: not much. Remember how fans worried when Charlie Weis left, and you could say the offense is light years beyond that now.



One Response

  1. It ia a shame our coaches leave. We should steal ravens or pitts defense brain guys. last 3 years we are so predictable we lways leave tightends wide open 3 and long is open everytime.
    we need new thinking on the defense side of the ball hopefully we have good people still on offense to direct the same plays.

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