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McDaniels on the Hot Seat in Year One if he Doesn’t Win

NFL.com’s Steve Wyche did a chat today on NFL.com, and answered a question about the possible head coaching status of new Broncos coach Josh McDaniels:

I think Josh McDaniels will be on the hot seat with the fans but not with team owner Pat Bowlen — unless he sees signs that McDaniels simply can’t handle the job, which I don’t think will be the case. Things are off to a rough start because of the Jay Cutler trade and there won’t be much tolerance by fans if Kyle Orton doesn’t pan out or if Denver tanks, as you said. But keep in mind, this was a non-playoff team that needs a lot of fixing and turning things around in one season won’t be easy


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2 Responses to “McDaniels on the Hot Seat in Year One if he Doesn’t Win”

  1. john m. says:

    I say the new coach has at least three years like every other coach gets in the league to turn things around. I think he’ll get the Broncos back to respectability and more. People in Broncoland have been lulled by the Shanahan years of pretty consistent 10 win type of seasons so they’ve been content. Well I was tired of Shanny’s bad decisions and I feel McDaniels has a much better hold on what it takes to succeed in today’s NFL. shanny was a product of the Bill Walsh 49ers west coast offense. It’s a good scheme but people have figured it out. That’s why shanny hasn’t won a superbowl since 1998. The Patriots rule and McDaniels is a Mastermind of the Patriots offense and organizational philosophies and I say wait until year three efore you go crazy.

  2. Adam Loumeau says:

    There was never anything conventional about Bill Belichick’s approach or any other brilliant football mind for that matter. If all the outsiders were so smart, they would be running NFL franchises. Give McDaniels a chance.

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