Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by Gator Mike, Jan 12, 2020.
Patriots won't be in the market for a new OC...
Josh loses again.
I’m convinced Josh is actually black balled over the Indy thing.
and now ?
But in another perspective, he’s a big winner, since he’s not the head coach of the Cleveland Browns.
I wonder if/because Josh was too insistent in having personnel control they went with this guy?
I wonder why the Ravens' Roman wasn't a hotter commodity for the various openings.
Well that only strengthens Brady staying, so fine by me.
Well that is now one less team that might have wanted Brady !
Browns 6-10 in 2020. lol
This forum says that for every job he doesn't get, what job does he think he's going to get?
If the job was so great it wouldn't need a coach.
The Patriots job following the best coach of all time and 20 years of dominance without a proven quarterback is worse than the Cleveland job, why would anyone want to follow Bill?
Cleveland you're a hero if you win 9 games.
He wins by losing ... sh!thole organization.
I imagine big odds swing in favor of Brady returning to NE.
Did this forum say that for the Panthers or Giants? Those would have been fine organizations to land in.
The Browns have a culture of losing that starts at the top. They, the Redskins, and the Jets are probably the only teams where losing is institutionalized. Any other team would be a good spot for his next move.
If he thought the job was as bad as everyone here claims then he wouldn't of wanted it.
Much more likely that Brady returns to NE...my gut feeling yesterday was that the Browns chose Stefanski and wanted to announce it once the Vikes were eliminated. If they wanted McD, they would have announced it Friday.
The main thing is that there are only 32 teams and not many are looking for head coaches now. Every head coaching job offer is precious. I don’t know why he spurned the Colts but this would’ve been a great job to take.
Caserio is the remaining outstanding question.
Seems Ossie and Zig are staying - for now.
Good. I prefer him staying in New England.
He's got to take a small vacay, reset and come back and figure this out. More is going to be expected of him next year one way or the other.
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