Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by ChrisR2223, Jan 6, 2019.
Saw this on their front door.
And, according to many of the reports out there, Rodgers will be running the show and not the HC. Could work, but it seems highly dysfunctional.
Josh is definitely BB's heir apparent now I hope he has a say about who we Draft from now on Especially on the Offensive side. What if Josh see's a young QB he likes and think he could be groomed for life after Brady?? I'm all for it.
Cleveland hasn't named a coach today.
Like a Teebow type of guy?
He is probably the heir apparent. Sadly enough.
McD is staying...
I wonder if McDaniels had a family related issue that caused him to back out of the Indy job. I hate speculating. I can't imagine it was as simple as him accepting the job, then having a change of heart.Unless Kraft stepped in and gave him a huge pay raise and/or the promise of being the next coach here.
I don't doubt McD is a great mind. But he's had Tom Brady at the helm for most of his coaching career. It's hard to judge how good he really is.
Peyton Hillis moved to Indy last year.
Josh is the soft center between two hard cookies.
It’s a certainly a step in that right direction. When they hired McCarthy, he was running the worst offense in the NFL in SF. Lol.
His claim to fame was having a few good games with Aaron Brooks and leading a Saints offense that beat the injured 2000 Rams at home in the playoffs.
JM needs to fish or cut bait, he pulled out of the indy job last year, signed a lucative contract to stay in NE as one of the highest if not the highest Coordinators in foot ball. Is he going to put the FO or the NEP through this every year? That would be straight up BS to do so.
Now Josh and Tom can put 100 percent focus on the game plan.
I hope the McDaniels job hunting is over. I thought that last season and here we go again. Now he is staying again.
What leverage is he hoping for with BB or Kraft?
He has a family that loves living in New England, and he loves being a coach here. I can very much believe he's being very particular about which job to accept, no reason to uproot his family if he's going to get canned in 2 years.
According to MKC, the Cleveland job, the only other job worth McDaniels efforts, looks likely to go to an in-house candidate, not named Williams.
Do you suppose they all meet down on Route 1 and commiserate on these jobs? Imagine if you will:
BB: That Green Bay job is like the promise land, except for that prima dona Rodgers.
RKK: Josh, why don't you accept the interview request and go see what you can learn about thier long term plans.
JMcD: Ok boss.
I wouldn't put it past these guys to do that. They turn over every stone an an effort to get an edge.
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