The voice of the Patriots Bob Socci came away from last night’s game very impressed with the balanced attack.
Bill Belichick denied a report that Aaron Dobson was benched the last two weeks because of an altercation with offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels.
While disagreements between coaches and players are common, Colvin suggests there’s got to be more to it than just “mouthing off.”
Because Bill Belichick won’t tell us anything except that he’s “on to Cincinnati,” here are just a few guesses as to what Dobson said to McDaniels.
Now we know why Aaron Dobson hasn’t been playing.
To try to get a clearer picture of where things are going wrong, it’s time to comb through the roster and the coaching staff and try to assess just how much blame to put on each member of the team.
Mike Flynn puts coaching at the top of his list of what went wrong against the Chiefs.
Patriots head coach Bill Belichick was “mic’d up” on a recent episode of the NBC Sports Network’s ‘Turning Point’ program.
Blame the offensive line all you want, but the play calling hasn’t been great either.
According to Tony Grossi of ESPNCleveland.com, Josh McDaniels and the Browns spoke again this week, and the Patriots’ offensive coordinator could be back in the mix for Cleveland’s coaching vacancy.