The Mystery of Josh McDaniels’ Playbook

July 8, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Ever since Josh McDaniels was hired as the head coach of the Denver Broncos, there has been one constant. 
The players have changed.
Jay Cutler was dumped for Kyle Orton, Brandon Marshal for someone to be named later, and someone I do not remember for Brian Dawkins. The turnover has been nearly unprecedented. I only say nearly unprecedented because I am too lazy to check and see if there is a precedent. A more careless writer would have gone whole hog and called it unprecedented.
The coaches too have changed. In with Mike Nolan, nope, I mean out with Mike Nolan. Jeremy Bates gone and hello to—McCoy? Even Rick Dennison and Bobby Turner, guys who had been around for years—gone!
It is hard to tell who is coming and who is going.
No, the one constant is that everyone talks about McDaniels' playbook. It is complex and takes multiple seasons to learn. The playbook is thick and complicated. You can’t expect this offense to be perfected in one o...

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