McFired: Denver Broncos End The McDaniels Saga; Studesville In As Coach

December 7, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

According to Bill WIlliamson of ESPN, Josh McDaniels has been relieved of his head coaching duties with the Denver Broncos.
McDaniels was highly recruited after leading the Patriots, as offensive coordinator, to one of the most potent offensive seasons in history. Right away, McDaniels left an indelible mark on the franchise by trading away then franchise quarterback Jay Cutler for Kyle Orton. But the questionable moves did not end there. McDaniels traded away substantial draft picks for players that are no longer on the Broncos roster and began a feud with disenchanted Broncos receiver Brandon Marshall. 
In spite of all of these things, McDaniels still came out of the gate with guns blazing. The Broncos started the 2009 season 6-0 and it appeared that Broncos owner Pat Bowlen had struck gold with his young talent. 
However, the honeymoon did not last long. The Broncos struggled the rest of the season, finishing 8-8 and again missing the playoffs for the fourth...

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