Josh McDaniels left the New England Patriots after the 2008 season and failed as the head coach of the Denver Broncos, going 11-17 before being fired in the middle of the 2010 campaign.
But his recent success as offensive coordinator of the Patriots might earn him another chance.
The Patriots have consistently been one of the highest-scoring teams under McDaniels. Of course, it helps to have a Hall of Fame-caliber quarterback like Tom Brady, but McDaniels’ play calling is top notch.
He’s also dealt with more injuries than most offensive coordinators and found ways to incorporate new players into the game plan without the team’s scoring output suffering a great deal.
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