There are plenty of NFL head coaching jobs opening up on Monday, but the only future Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels is focused on is the playoffs.
Josh McDaniels made national NFL headlines on Wednesday, and apparently, it was even news to him.
The Cleveland Browns will be looking for a new head coach soon, and Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels is reportedly one of the names on their short list of candidates.
The New England Patriots are already moving on, focusing on next Monday night’s showdown with the 11-1 Houston Texans.
The Patriots rank first in total offense and have allowed the second-fewest sacks in the league, and it’s largely thanks to the smart young players and the wise old coach.
Coming up Sunday morning on WBZ-TV’s Patriots GameDay, Josh McDaniels will bring you inside the mind of an offensive coordinator.
The Patriots will take on the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday for just the third time since 1993, making them a team Bill Belichick and crew aren’t that familiar with.
Only two games into the season and the use of Wes Welker and Julian Edelman is the big question in Pats nation.
Levan Reid is only handing a few gold stars after the loss to the Cardinals.
Felger and Massarotti were joined by Paul Perillo of Patriots Football Weekly to discuss last week’s loss to the Arizona Cardinals and previews this Sunday night’s game against the Baltimore Ravens.