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  • kingelway7
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    For those saying McD is not allowed to start work for the Pats til season end...

    McDaniels likely will succeed O'Brien as the Patriots' offensive coordinator next season, but he was to begin working immediately for the Patriots during the playoffs, the source said.

    McDaniels is going from worst to first overnight, leaving the Rams and being a part of the Patriots team preparing for next weekend's divisional playoff game.

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  • jhildebrand
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    Originally posted by Broncoholic JS View Post
    I dont think McD can join them until the end of this NFL season.

    I could be wrong though
    That was how I remember it as well. Coaches with NFL teams couldn't join a team in season in the PO's.

    It may have changed with the new CBA.

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  • Cardoso
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    Originally posted by Ronjo27 View Post
    The Kraft family and the Pats organization in general have a history of drafting well and retaining their strong players. This has led to multiple Championships. If the Kraft family thinks Tebow is good enough for their organization then it might be time we take the hint, and hang on to Tebow, and develop him. We have let enough players walk who end up being great for other teams! JMO
    Yup but you have to understand people on these boards live week to week and he judgement is different every week depending if we win or Lose mixed in with some hate. Common sense isn't very common anymore or else your post makes perfect sense but some people will still argue it lol

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  • Broncoholic JS
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    I dont think McD can join them until the end of this NFL season.

    I could be wrong though

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  • jhildebrand
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    Originally posted by CanDB View Post
    In fairness to McD, Belichick sees a lot in him. He knows his strengths, and restricts his weaknesses.
    Belichick did everything he could last year to completely ditch the entire McD model they were running. The offense Belichick went to and are still running isn't McD's. I think that is why he is being hired as an offensive assistant not OC.

    It is also important to remember that Brady and McD had a less than cordial relationship. Brady, at this point in his career, may want nothing to do with McD and wouldn't have an issue voicing that. Were that to happen, I am positive the Pats would listen.

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  • Ronjo27
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    Originally posted by Wolf Brother View Post
    McD will coach for Pats according to a report, starting this week as an Offensive Assistant. Any chance the Pats trade for Tebow in the offseason? They have a bounty of picks in several rounds that they seldom use, and Tebow could be developed as a Patriot with the right pieces to excel. Brady has a few years left, but is no spring chicken. The Kraft family were very interested in drafting Tebow in the first place. Something to think about.
    The Kraft family and the Pats organization in general have a history of drafting well and retaining their strong players. This has led to multiple Championships. If the Kraft family thinks Tebow is good enough for their organization then it might be time we take the hint, and hang on to Tebow, and develop him. We have let enough players walk who end up being great for other teams! JMO

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  • CanDB
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    In fairness to McD, Belichick sees a lot in him. He knows his strengths, and restricts his weaknesses.

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  • jhildebrand
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    Originally posted by jetdrumz View Post
    They granted him his release from his contract, and apparently there is no rule stating he can't join the Pats ASAP, so he is. Word is Fisher is a lock as coach and would have let McD go if hired.
    I haven't seen where he was released.

    St Louis isn't very smart. When NE called to interview it should have been apparent they have a commodity with value. Force Belichick to pay. That is what he does to the rest of the league. If he doesn't pay. Retain McD, even with the Fisher hiring, through the end of the season.

    Whatever. I really couldn't care less. McDaniels is and has been a joke. Going back to NE will do him NO favors.

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  • jetdrumz
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    Originally posted by jhildebrand View Post
    McDaniels CAN'T join the Patriots.

    He hasnt been released by the Rams. The Rams fired everybody but 'the disaster.'

    If St. Louis were smart, they would pull a Belichick on Belichick, tell them if they want him they need to send a draft pick. Also as far as I know, McD wouldn't be allowed to join the Pats this season even if he were released.

    Finally, anybody who thinks Belichcik wants anything to do with Tebow is OUT OF THEIR MIND! McDaniels wanted NOTHING to do with the kid at the end of his tenure here. He wouldn't even play him KNOWING IT COULD SAVE HIS JOB!
    They granted him his release from his contract, and apparently there is no rule stating he can't join the Pats ASAP, so he is. Word is Fisher is a lock as coach and would have let McD go if hired.

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  • jhildebrand
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    McDaniels CAN'T join the Patriots.

    He hasnt been released by the Rams. The Rams fired everybody but 'the disaster' and only gave permission to interview! They haven't released him.

    If St. Louis were smart, they would pull a Belichick on Belichick, tell them if they want him they need to send a draft pick. Also as far as I know, McD wouldn't be allowed to join the Pats this season even if he were released.

    Finally, anybody who thinks Belichcik wants anything to do with Tebow is OUT OF THEIR MIND! McDaniels wanted NOTHING to do with the kid at the end of his tenure here. He wouldn't even play him KNOWING IT COULD SAVE HIS JOB!

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  • roperdoug
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    WAIT! Let's get through the playoffs before we start taking trading. We need to focus on getting the Steelers out of the way. We don't need this kind of distraction.

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  • OrangeCrushem
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    Originally posted by Cardoso View Post
    Thank all things that are good you guys have no say in our football operations lol.
    And you do? LOL!

    Let Belicheck take the gamble..TEbow needs to learn behind a QB that can throw, and he can do that in NE. If Tebow's passing skills fail to materialize, his superfans can blame McDaniels, Tom Brady, and Bill Belicheck. McDaniels going back to the Patriots could be yet another great piece of news for the Broncos (and many of their fans) this year.
    Last edited by OrangeCrushem; 01-07-2012, 11:13 AM.

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  • Cardoso
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    Thank all things that are good you guys have no say in our football operations lol.

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  • Broncos-R-Great
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    McDaniels: Eagle calling base camp, 2nd mission accomplished



    Belichick: Excellent, come back home Eagle and wait for your next mission. When Tom Coughlin is fired we will have our revenge!! Muhahahaha!

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  • OrangeCrushem
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    Tebow for Mallett with a Patriot 3rd or 4th round pick thrown in? DO IT JOHN!!

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