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Re: OT: The Belichick-Very Lite Coaching staff in place in Cleveland
Originally Posted by BelichickFan
Ryan's defense was just OK in Oakland with some good talent but it's tough to know what he was allowed to do. Daboll, who knows, he's been a WR and QB coach but he's never been an OC before.
Yeah, Daboll is a big unknown right now. Knowing that McDaniels was on the fast track to being a head coach, Belichick did let the guy leave for New York last year eventhough he knew he had to groom someone for the OC position. That may be telling. Granted Mangini was positioning Daboll to use Schottenheimer as the fall guy if they had a bad season and put Daboll as the OC next season.
Also, Ryan seems to be an unknown too. Supposably, Al Davis has a lot of say in the defense and Davis passed him over for head coach three times going with Lane Kiffin, Tom Cable, and the next guy.