5 things to know about Buffalo Bills coaching candidate Josh McDaniels
The Buffalo Bills are starting to line up interviews for their head coaching vacancy and have reportedly Black Ostri Sling 120mm put in a request to interview Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels.
Not only is McDaniels one of the top candidates on the market, but the Bills would be poaching him from a division rival at the same time. According to Ian Rapoport of Pink Patent Leather Gardnera 120mm NFL Network, the Falcons and 49ers have also requested permission to interview McDaniels, who will need to complete his interviews while the Patriots on a bye week during the playoffs.
Here are a few things to know about Blue PVC Suspenodo Sling 100mm McDaniels:
1. He has head coaching experience
McDaniels' first run as a head coach was a bit of a wild ride. He had the Broncos off to a 6 0 start in 2009 before the wheels fell off and the team finished 8 8. In 2010, McDaniels got the team off to a 3 9 start before getting fired, finishing his tenure 11 17 as head coach.
Among the waves McDaniels caused while he was coaching and making personnel decisions for Denver was a trade that sent Jay Cutler to the Bears and a decision to draft Tim Tebow in the first round. Ultimately, McDaniels was too big of a personality and in a bit over his head in his first shot at head coaching.
2. Part of Belichick's coaching tree
McDaniels is currently in his second run as Bill Belichick's offensive coordinator in New England. Belichick obviously has an affinity for McDaniels, and that's not a bad guy to have in your corner. Belichick also failed in his first shot as a head coach before making it work in New England. Maybe McDaniels can follow a similar path.
How could we mention McDaniels and not bring up that he was involved in not one but two different videotaping scandals? McDaniels was New England's offensive coordinator in 2007 when the Patriots were caught videotaping the Jets during a September game. In 2010, the Broncos' director of video operations was caught taping a 49ers walkthrough at Wembley Stadium before the Broncos and 49ers played a Week 8 game in London. McDaniels wasn't found responsible for the incident but was fined $50,000 for not reporting it right away.
4. He was a bit power hungry in Denver
McDaniels wasn't hesitant in trading Cutler or star receiver Brandon Marshall while he was running things in Denver. He wanted things done his way, and that's part of the reasons things started to fall apart for the Broncos. The hope is that he learned from his mistakes the first time around.
5. How is he as an offensive coordinator?
To put it simply, McDaniels is one of the most respected offensive minds in the NFL. Tom Brady has had most of his best seasons including his record setting 2007 season under McDaniels. Even after he was fired as the Broncos and spent some time in St. Louis as an offensive coordinator, Belichick wanted him back when his old job came open again in New England. Offensively, McDaniels Nude PVC Suspenodo Sling 80mm knows what he's doing.