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Old 12-31-2012, 05:40 PM   #1
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Earlier on Monday, we shared a quote from Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels in which he said that he was going to keep his focus on the job he has “right now” in regard to queries about interest in head coaching vacancies.

The phrasing was such that it seemed McDaniels was being careful to note that he has responsibilities to the Patriots while making sure that potentially interested parties heard that he was also open to a change in title. According to a report from Adam Schefter of ESPN, we parsed McDaniels’ words a bit too much.

It now seems McDaniels meant that his focus will only be on the job he has right now and that he’s not going to be actively pursuing another one this offseason. Schefter reports that McDaniels has called teams looking for head coaches to tell them that he will be remaining in New England and won’t be interviewing for another shot at being the man in charge of a team even though he would like to be a head coach again one day.

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Old 12-31-2012, 05:42 PM   #2
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What a p***Y, he's realized he's nothing outside Belicheat's cocoon.
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Old 12-31-2012, 06:08 PM   #5
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Right. I'm sure the rest of the league is just beating down his door.
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Old 12-31-2012, 08:13 PM   #6
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Right. I'm sure the rest of the league is just beating down his door.
Most people with NFL FO connections have suggested that yes, the league was in fact lining up to go after him again.

Hell, there was a thread here like a week ago about Chicago, the team with a "franchise" QB McDaniels already butted head with once, having rumored interest. You think something like that comes out when no team is actually interested.

I'd bet that Buffalo was real interested. The multiple back running attack McDaniels used this year with Ridley/Woodhead/Vareen would be powerful with Spiller and Fred Jackson. Fitzpatrick would be a much better QB in McDaniels' offense than he's been in Gailey's as well.

San Diego is likely going to be in the hunt for someone who can get Rivers back on track and again, McDaniels has shown the ability to get QBs to play well and often with limited WR talent.

Hell, supposedly Shad Khan has already predetermined that he wants Tebow on the Jags before he has a GM or is sure his HC is sticking around, so why not get the coach who believed in Tebow enough to draft him in the first round?

There have been too many vacancies created today for a guy like McDaniels not to have suitors already at the door. It's a damn smart decision on his part to stay put though, because the ideal situation likely isn't out there for him and he can make significant maturation with Belichick, possibly sticking around a few more years and simply inheriting the Pats HC job.
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Most people with NFL FO connections have suggested that yes, the league was in fact lining up to go after him again.

Hell, there was a thread here like a week ago about Chicago, the team with a "franchise" QB McDaniels already butted head with once, having rumored interest. You think something like that comes out when no team is actually interested.

I'd bet that Buffalo was real interested. The multiple back running attack McDaniels used this year with Ridley/Woodhead/Vareen would be powerful with Spiller and Fred Jackson. Fitzpatrick would be a much better QB in McDaniels' offense than he's been in Gailey's as well.

San Diego is likely going to be in the hunt for someone who can get Rivers back on track and again, McDaniels has shown the ability to get QBs to play well and often with limited WR talent.

Hell, supposedly Shad Khan has already predetermined that he wants Tebow on the Jags before he has a GM or is sure his HC is sticking around, so why not get the coach who believed in Tebow enough to draft him in the first round?

There have been too many vacancies created today for a guy like McDaniels not to have suitors already at the door. It's a damn smart decision on his part to stay put though, because the ideal situation likely isn't out there for him and he can make significant maturation with Belichick, possibly sticking around a few more years and simply inheriting the Pats HC job.
He raped two franchises...in the ass...with a 15 inch dick with AIDS. It's been only one year since his last debacle where he got Spaz fired. He knows he is toxic. This is akin too a guy announcing he is withdrawing from consideration from a job right before they hire the other finalist so he can save face. McD is saving face...nothing more....because it would look even worse if he wasn't getting interviews when B and C list candidates were getting interviews.
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He raped two franchises...in the ass...with a 15 inch dick with AIDS. It's been only one year since his last debacle where he got Spaz fired. He knows he is toxic. This is akin too a guy announcing he is withdrawing from consideration from a job right before they hire the other finalist so he can save face. McD is saving face...nothing more....because it would look even worse if he wasn't getting interviews when B and C list candidates were getting interviews.
Oh boy. It was not his fault Tanahana got fired nor was it his fault that the trifecta of meatheads was traded. If you'd get your head out of your ass and your bromance for them you would be wise..


As for Josh frankly there is not a team that has a spot open that I'd be interested in talking to. They are all cluster****s and have been for most of the decade all but perhaps CLE and maybe JaX have lousy owners that have been lousy since forever.

Next job I'd be looking for has a chance of success. None of them are going to be anything but 4 year plans. Maybe even more in the bears case. Their defense has been their strong point and it is OLD.

I'm also guessing that he did not call them himself that is what agents are for.
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He raped two franchises...in the ass...with a 15 inch dick with AIDS. It's been only one year since his last debacle where he got Spaz fired. He knows he is toxic. This is akin too a guy announcing he is withdrawing from consideration from a job right before they hire the other finalist so he can save face. McD is saving face...nothing more....because it would look even worse if he wasn't getting interviews when B and C list candidates were getting interviews.
Holy **** man, you seriously even blame him for St. Louis and Spags losing his job?

I live in St. Louis, pretty much no one here feels that way. They had a lockout shortened off-season to teach a complex offense, Bradford couldn't stay healthy all season, none of their receivers could hang onto a football except Denario Alexander who couldn't stay healthy, and their OL was easily one of the worst in the entire league.

Everyone knew this, no one blamed McDaniels. Its why the new owner let him out of his contract immediately instead of at the end of the NFL season so he could go to work for the Pats.

There were already multiple sources including the ever reliable Schefter saying he was a top candidate, as he should be because the list of good offensive minds is incredibly short. Most great offenses are ran by the HC (Green Bay, New Orleans), there is a clear lack of capable offensive minds in the NFL today. I'm sure there are more than a few owners who think McDaniels minus the Cutler headache, GM powers, and with an owner who enforces a distribution of power to his coordinators/assistants would do quite well for them.

Also, you're relying on the narrative that PFT is painting here about him supposedly cold calling owners. The same site that less than two weeks ago had a story about how the Browns were interested in McDaniels and how he'd "jump at the chance" to take over the Browns. Don't you think it's much more likely that he's told his agent to notify interested parties that he's staying in NE, like most guys who have agents handle job offers?

Its amazing how quickly people look for a reason to hate the guy. At this point a flimsy rumor by someone admitting to previous editorializing in the same article is being taken as the bible to go after him when he's two years removed from this franchise.
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I live in St. Louis, pretty much no one here feels that way. .
You're in STL? I didn't know that man. I grew up there. What part?

Yeah, I'm assuming McDaniels is hanging around until BB hangs it up. Maybe he knows something and that's sooner than we think. Who could blame him if that's his plan.

I don't care at this point. McDaniels was just another failed first time head coach. Though, I'm glad he dumped Cutler and Marshall and left us the contributors he did. Aside from that, who gives a ****? We've got one of the best coaching staffs in the league right now.
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Holy **** man, you seriously even blame him for St. Louis and Spags losing his job?

I live in St. Louis, pretty much no one here feels that way. They had a lockout shortened off-season to teach a complex offense, Bradford couldn't stay healthy all season, none of their receivers could hang onto a football except Denario Alexander who couldn't stay healthy, and their OL was easily one of the worst in the entire league.

Everyone knew this, no one blamed McDaniels. Its why the new owner let him out of his contract immediately instead of at the end of the NFL season so he could go to work for the Pats.

There were already multiple sources including the ever reliable Schefter saying he was a top candidate, as he should be because the list of good offensive minds is incredibly short. Most great offenses are ran by the HC (Green Bay, New Orleans), there is a clear lack of capable offensive minds in the NFL today. I'm sure there are more than a few owners who think McDaniels minus the Cutler headache, GM powers, and with an owner who enforces a distribution of power to his coordinators/assistants would do quite well for them.

Also, you're relying on the narrative that PFT is painting here about him supposedly cold calling owners. The same site that less than two weeks ago had a story about how the Browns were interested in McDaniels and how he'd "jump at the chance" to take over the Browns. Don't you think it's much more likely that he's told his agent to notify interested parties that he's staying in NE, like most guys who have agents handle job offers?

Its amazing how quickly people look for a reason to hate the guy. At this point a flimsy rumor by someone admitting to previous editorializing in the same article is being taken as the bible to go after him when he's two years removed from this franchise.
Got to remember the poster was humping Tanahana leg for years and cutlet could do no wrong. So yes he is a tad biased in his views of Josh.

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Right. I'm sure the rest of the league is just beating down his door.
I'm sure he'll be a good coach someday. Too bad he caught the Broncos on the front end of his learning curve.
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Old 12-31-2012, 08:53 PM   #13
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I'm sure he'll be a good coach someday. Too bad he caught the Broncos on the front end of his learning curve.
The Belichick Manchurian Candidate trick never gets old. If only history could be used as a guide... the league might be able to see it coming. I'm going to lmao at the next team that decides they will attempt to clone the Patriot way with McJoshie. He should be tougher and smarterer than the last time.
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I'm sure he'll be a good coach someday. Too bad he caught the Broncos on the front end of his learning curve.
Well....He's really smart. And like WW said... that sums it up. If the little piss ant actually knew how to talk to people he could probably be real successful.
I hope the dip **** gets another HC gig and falls flat on his ****in face again.
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chicago is "on the horn" with our very own OC Mike McCoy.
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Right. I'm sure the rest of the league is just beating down his door.
Exactly.

How did the Patriots offense do while he was in Denver, anyway?

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So don't usually guys wait to be contacted by teams? Who calls teams to tell them they don't won't to be a HC right now? For real. A bit of an ego there I'd say. I don't think anybody was seriously considering him right now anyway.
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So don't usually guys wait to be contacted by teams? Who calls teams to tell them they don't won't to be a HC right now? For real. A bit of an ego there I'd say. I don't think anybody was seriously considering him right now anyway.
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I really wanted him to get the KC job.
Wouldn't have been as much fun as watching him blow up the remains of the beached whale's vagina.
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I really wanted him to get the KC job.

I really wanted someone to break his legs.................lol

I joke....haha....I kid Little McHoodie Junior....I really love the guy !
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RIGHT ON!!! I would have really enjoyed watching us kick his McDumbAss two times a year!!!
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I would like to inform everyone I will no be accepting offers to coach the running backs this season.
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I was really looking foward to seeing him take the Bears job.
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He was done in the NFL after poor performances with the broncos and rams until Belichick gave him a shot. He is not going to walk out on Belichick after one year, he needs to solidify his support base.
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