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    Discussion: Who Should be the Next Patriots Offensive Coordinator?
    By: Derek Havens

    Patriots offensive coordinator Bill O'Brien had agreed to become the coach at Penn State. Who would you like to see fill the Patriots offensive coordinator position? ...

     
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    Josh McDaniels.

    #1 - Good OC, knows the system
    #2 - Brings Brandon Lloyd with him
    #3 - I don't think we have an OC in the pipeline right now. Edit: Near the end of the pipeline.
    #3 - He'll leave for another HC gig in 2 years or so, but by then hopefully the next OC will have grown into that position.
     
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    I think we need to promote Ferentz. His work with the TE's gives him a perspective in both the passing and runing game. He is very well schooled on the current personnel and their medical situations.

    This is a case where a young star needs a chance to blossom.
     
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    You have to be kidding... Brian has been here all of two seasons, one of which had no off season. He graduated college 6 years ago and spent a season and a bit bouncing around between Atlanta (PS) and NO (camp cut) as an UDFA OL before signing on as a defensive assistant here in 2010... I know his dad is a coach and all, but Josh's was too and Josh interned under Saban before landing here and then spent 4 years under Charlie before being given his shot at even OC without a title...

    These TE's were established as top flight rookies before he ever laid a hand on them. He's probably the front runner in the pipeline, but the problem is he's still a ways away from being close to ready to be a coordinator.

    New England Patriots: Brian Ferentz
     
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