Ok, I have no idea who these guys are or if his source inside the Patriots' organization is true (claims he has worked with the Pats since 1992), but the article does give McDaniels' far more credit for the success of this offense than a lot of people are willing to give him here. I Was Wrong About Josh Mcdaniels, and So Are You | NFL Sport Channel Again, I have no idea who this site is and they blatantly steal ESPN's design. So I don't know if this is a totally BS story or not. Granted it is a Mea Culpa by an admitted McDaniels basher. If true, this concerns me a bit about the offense going forward. Yes, we still have Brady, Moss, Welker, and the rest. So the offense will still be good, but what if it was McDaniels that made the 2007 offense go from being very good to special and the 2006 (no receivers) and 2008 (no Brady) offenses from being complete disasters to very good. It could also be why Belichick didn't trade Cassel to Denver even if he could get better picks. He might have felt it would hurt the Pats' chances down the road in the playoffs with Cassel under McDaniels again. Ok, I know I have been accused of being a McDaniels ball washer. I'm sure that the usually suspects on both sides of the argument (which I am included) will battle this out again for pages of posts. But I figured I would pass this along because IF TRUE this could be a more significant blow to the offense than most of us are willing to admit. I still think that if Brady is healthy this offense will be one of the best in the league, but it might not be nearly as dangerous as the 2007 offense was.