I really hope he succeeds, not so much for his tie to the Pats and BB, but because of the approach he has taken. Cutler had a .500 record and acted like he should be bowed down to. No matter what you criticize McDaniels for in his handling, there is absolutely no doubt Cutler felt an entitlement that I can't see how he earned, unless the goal is to amass statistics whether you win or lose. Marshall, and who knows the real story, was judged by the coach to not be a team player, to the extent he was benched for the final game of the season with the playoffs on the line. The message was be that guy and we don't need you, no matter how good you are. Now he drafts Tebow. I don't agree with the pick personally, but its clear to me that McDaniels is saying "I need MY own Brady" and "Brady" is from the heart and the head. I think there is no doubt that IF McD can teach Tebow the fundamentals and develop the physical skills to an average or above level for NFL QBs that he has a guy with the attitude and mentality to win. I don't really commend the pick, but I commend the thinking behind it. The question is that if its as much a long shot as it seems did McD shoot himself in the foot by tossing away a valuable pick on a guy who will never make it? But, my point is, its great to see a coach walk in the door and say we are going to do things the right way, play as a team, work together, prima donas, there is the door. Its the most publicized effort in a long time of putting team over individual glory, or putting character over talent. For all that is right, I hope it works.