Josh McDaniels and His Playoffs-or-Bust 2010 NFL Season

May 29, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

If any coach in the NFL is on the hot seat this year, it has to be Josh McDaniels.
A rookie coach who trades his Pro Bowl QB for an average QB, trades his own 2010 first round draft pick for a 5'9" nickel-back CB in Alphonso Smith, who struggled mightily last year and had the exact same record to show for it, Josh McDaniels also had the audacity to alter the offensive line blocking scheme despite the fact the O-Line the year previously, had one of the best pass blocking O-Lines in the history of the game.
They only gave up one sack every 52 times the offense passed the ball.
That number dropped significantly down to one sack every 16 times the offense dropped back to pass last year with the same O-:ine. 
The offense, which was set across the board and needed a second RB that could pound the ball, didn't need to be tinkered with.
Josh McDaniels had to have his way, and now Jay Cutler, Brandon Marshall, and Tony Scheffler are out the door with a weakened O-...

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