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New England Patriots: How Can Josh McDaniels Get Most out of Offense in 2015?

As much as we might try, it's hard to find much to complain about when it comes to the New England Patriots offense. The Patriots have finished as a top-five scoring team each of the past five seasons, and by Football Outsiders' DVOA...Show More Summary

Josh McDaniels: Tom Brady suspension hasn’t changed what they’re doing

The Patriots don’t know at the moment when exactly Tom Brady will be available to them. While it’s easy to surmise that yesterday’s ditching of Garrett Gilbert in exchange for a more experienced Matt Flynn might be a concession that Brady might miss some games because of his #DeflateGate sanctions — to give them a…

Insider Buzz: Patriots Super Bowl Win Will Make McDaniels Hot 2015 HC Candidate

Josh McDaniels is regarded as one of the best play-callers in the NFL, and he could improve his head coaching stock even more with a win over the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX. How soon could McDaniels be a head coach again? What...Show More Summary

Josh McDaniels defends ineligible receiver plays

While not everyone thinks it is within the sporting bounds, Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels said Wednesday opponents have had plenty of time to adjust. When asked about running an uptempo offense and using deception, McDaniels cut off a question to make a point. “One thing about that that I’d like to clear up is…

Josh McDaniels: We’ll be smart with Richard Sherman because he’s smart

Patriots cornerback Darrelle Revis and Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman opted to pass on reviving their argument about who is the best cornerback in the NFL at Tuesday’s Super Bowl Media Day, but the cornerbacks were still a topic of conversation. Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin called Revis “one of the most patient cornerbacks” he’s ever…

Josh McDaniels: Brian Daboll “a great resource”

Tuesday was the 15th anniversary of Bill Belichick becoming the Patriots’ head coach, a tenure long enough to have had assistant coaches develop, leave, then come back for second tours in Foxborough. Josh McDaniels is the obvious example of a Belichick assistant returning to the nest. After a 28-game stint as the Broncos’ head coach…

Josh McDaniels says he learned from 'a lot of mistakes' with Broncos

PHOENIX -- It's been just more than four years since Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen decided he couldn't wait any longer, that he couldn't look at any more losses or empty seats in the team's home stadium, and fired Josh McDaniels in...Show More Summary

What did Josh McDaniels know?

As we process the “I don’t know, ask Tom” explanation from Patriots coach Bill Belichick and await for Tom Brady to say something like “I don’t know, ask Bill,” here’s a question. Has anyone asked offensive coordinator Josh McDaniel anything? If we accept Belichick’s explanation that a head coach with a reputation for micromanaging the…

Leftovers from coaches conference calls

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Leftovers from the New England Patriots' conference calls with head coach Bill Belichick, offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, and defensive coordinator Matt Patricia: No one compares to Blount: After a 30-carry,...Show More Summary

Nate Solder beneficiary of New England Patriots deception

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- When the call came from New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels in the third quarter, Nate Solder knew what he had to do. Before running out to his usual left tackle position, Solder reported himself an eligible receiver to referee Walt Anderson, who relayed that information to the Indianapolis Colts. Show More Summary

Josh McDaniels expected to stay with Patriots, Todd Bowles frontrunner for Falcons

With McDaniels and Rex Ryan off the table, Atlanta has reportedly set its sights on the Cardinals defensive coordinator. Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels is expected to stay put in New England, according to D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Show More Summary

Josh McDaniels: Interviews with Falcons, 49ers went “fine,” haven’t gone any farther

The Patriots are back in action this week, which means that offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels won’t be interviewing for any head coaching jobs around the league. He was allowed to take those interviews last week and had a couple of them before moving on to preparations for the Ravens. McDaniels spoke to the Falcons and…

NFL Teams Searching for New Head Coach Should Steer Clear of Josh McDaniels

The NFL’s regular season concluded last weekend, meaning the coaching carousel has started to spin. Black Monday came and went with the Atlanta Falcons, Chicago Bears, New York Jets and San Francisco 49ers in need of new head coaches. Six...Show More Summary

Darrell Bevell, Dan Quinn, Josh McDaniels catch Buffalo’s eye

The Bills found out they needed a new head coach a couple of days after Black Monday, but the late start hasn’t taken them out of the running for any of the hot candidates for jobs around the league. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that the Bills would like to round up the usual suspects…

Josh McDaniels interviewing with Falcons, 49ers

Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels won’t be available to interview for head coaching opportunities once the first weekend of the playoffs is over and he’s getting a couple of conversations in before that deadline. Albert Breer of NFL Media reports that McDaniels is interviewing with the Falcons on Friday and the 49ers on Saturday before…

2015 NFL coach and G.M. changes tracker

Atlanta Falcons Fired head coach Mike Smith The Falcons asked for permission to interview Seahawks defensive coordinator Dan Quinn. The Falcons asked for permission to interview Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels. The Falcons want to talk to Lions defensive coordinator Teryl Austin and Cardinals defensive coordinator Todd Bowles. Show More Summary

49ers, Falcons seek permission to interview Josh McDaniels

New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels appears to be one of the hot commodities as the search for new head coaches around the NFL gets underway. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN.com, the Atlanta Falcons and San Francisco 49ers have requested permission from the Patriots to interview McDaniels for their head coaching vacancies. McDaniels

Source: Josh McDaniels sought by 49ers, Falcons

New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels is among the candidates for the head coaching jobs of the San Francisco 49ers and the Atlanta Falcons, with both teams asking for permission to interview McDaniels, accordingShow More Summary

Asked about Florida, Josh McDaniels is on to San Diego

The University of Florida may be interested in Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, or they may not be. Either way, he’s on to San Diego. According to Phil Perry of CSNNE.com, McDaniels said he wasn’t sure how his name got thrown into the rumor mill (although we have our own suspicions). “I really honestly don’t…

Colorado State's Jim McElwain the top target for Florida job

Patriots OC Josh McDaniels is likely out of the running. Jim McElwain is the top candidate to become the next head coach of the Florida Gators, according to sources, confirming a report by ESPN's Brett McMurphy. The former Colorado State...Show More Summary

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