Came across this while researching the fewest dropped balls from another thread. Cold, Hard Football Facts.com: The Weis is right 1990 â€“ Weis was defensive assistant and assistant special teams coach for the New York Giants. The Giants beat Buffalo, 20-19, in Super Bowl XXV and turned in what many consider one of the great defensive performances in championship-game history. 1993-94 â€“ Weis was New England's tight ends coach. Ben Coates set a record for receptions by a tight end with 96. 1995 â€“ Weis was New Englandâ€™s running backs coach. Curtis Martin set a franchise rushing record and was named NFL â€śRookie of the Year.â€ť 1996 â€“ Weis was New Englandâ€™s receivers coach. Terry Glenn set an NFL rookie record with 90 receptions. 1997-99 â€“ Weis was offensive coordinator of the New York Jets. The Jets offense improves from 279 points scored in 1996 to 348 in 1997. In 1998, the Jets scored 416 points (second best in team history to Super Bowl-winning 1968 team) and appeared in the AFC title game. 2000-04 â€“ Weis returns to New England as offensive coordinator. The Patriots won three Super Bowls. 2001 â€“ Weis added quarterbacks coach to his duties with the passing of Dick Rehbein. Sixth-round draft pick and second-year player Tom Brady replaced Drew Bledsoe as New Englandâ€™s quarterback, and becomes one of the most successful QBs in NFL history. You think Notre Dame quarterback Brady Quinn is going to listen when Weis says "This is the way Tom Brady does it?" 2004 â€“ New England scored 365 points in its first 13 games, and is on pace to shatter the franchise record for points scored.