Colts make it official on Josh McDaniels

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After some initial uncertainty, the Colts have officially found their new head coach.

The team announced that Josh McDaniels was, in fact, was taking the job. He’ll be introduced at a press conference Wednesday.

Whether there was ever any cold feet on his part, or hesitation surrounding the future with the Patriots, he’s theirs now. (I mean, unless he pulls a Belichick-Jets move).

Of course, this was #asexpected since before the Super Bowl, since he went through a “second interview” with owner Jim Irsay and General Manager Chris Ballard.

But as the last coach to be hired this cycle, he’s going to have to hustle to fill a staff since many of the chairs are already occupied.

101 responses to “Colts make it official on Josh McDaniels

  1. Good luck on that hire. While I will root for him because I like competitive teams in the NFL, I am still not over his time in Denver, and the general failure of the so-called coaching tree out of NE (It’s been an abject failure). I am also not sure Luck ever truly comes back and if he does, to what? Jay Cutler like turnover numbers? Add in Irsay and I think it is going to be a lot of interesting reading coming up.

  2. He has a good offensive mind, but reminds me a little of Lane Kiffin. Let’s hope he’s matured since his time in Denver.

  3. We will see what happens with him and Patricia. The BB coaching tree isn’t exactly littered with success stories. How he handles Luck will be the key obviously. They need to upgrade the line and D. So many things to do and passed on what I saw with Denver in his tenure, I have my doubts. Still, look at the Eagles. 2 years ago they were a joke and the hire of Peterson was met with a collective eye roll from Eagles Nation. So…..

  4. Patriots-Broncos-Rams-Patriots and now Colts. Good luck, when are owners going to realize its Belacheat not his assistants. Oh. I forgot it’s Irsay.

  5. The AFC South is going to be one of the toughest divisions next season. And this probably won’t be a popular opinion, but I think the AFC in general will be pretty tough. Every team will be better than last year, even the Browns (you can’t get much worse than 0-16). I honestly think you can make a case for any AFC team making the playoffs except the Browns (note that I said making the playoffs, not winning the Super Bowl).

  6. reddzen says:
    February 6, 2018 at 11:11 am
    Good luck on that hire. While I will root for him because I like competitive teams in the NFL, I am still not over his time in Denver, and the general failure of the so-called coaching tree out of NE (It’s been an abject failure). I am also not sure Luck ever truly comes back and if he does, to what? Jay Cutler like turnover numbers? Add in Irsay and I think it is going to be a lot of interesting reading coming up.

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    Horseteeth was dumb for hiring him. We all knew he was too young. McDaniels saved the Broncos from Cutler and Marshall, and created draft picks towards the 2015 SB winning team, so I have no idea why any Broncos fan would hate McDaniels.

    Without McDaniels properly diagnosing Cutler and Marshall as cancers, allowing Horseteeth to prosper.

    As you can see, Horseteeth has no idea what he’s doing. He lucked into Gomer, watched Guyers’s PEDS do its thing, opened the checkbook, but now he is paying for it.

  7. Ken Davis says:
    February 6, 2018 at 11:13 am
    We will see what happens with him and Patricia. The BB coaching tree isn’t exactly littered with success stories. How he handles Luck will be the key obviously. They need to upgrade the line and D. So many things to do and passed on what I saw with Denver in his tenure, I have my doubts. Still, look at the Eagles. 2 years ago they were a joke and the hire of Peterson was met with a collective eye roll from Eagles Nation. So…..

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    Umm, could it be it’s because BB is so great, no one can compare? Oh, I think so!

    Plus, whenever someone hires anyone affiliated with BB, they actually think some magic potion will come with the new hire, and somehow morph that person into a BB clone, which is comical to me.

    I am shocked McDaniels picked the Framgate II franchise, a drug riddled owner, a Mickey Mouse franchise, but he’ll be the best coach they’ve had there probably since Ted Marchibroda.

    Dungy was a figurehead who never fielded a good D. Ever. Caldwell was more of a sideline figurehead, and obviously Pagano sucked royally was not really qualified.

  8. A lot of hate for B.B. and his assistants failing. He isn’t kicking them out, and he’s not responsible for preparing them for anything, that’s on them and the team that wants them.

    Remind me again of the long list of assistant coaches that turned out to be awesome head coaches from other coaching trees?

  9. .
    This coaching tree nonsense is a steaming pile of manure manufactured by ESPN to give themselves something to bray about while in donkey mode. Should tree master Andy Reid be given a ring because Doug Pedersen won the Super Bowl?

    Each coach is an individual and should be evaluated solely on their own merits.
    .

  10. Why do you write “#asexpected”? It’s so strange, and there is no precedence for that phrase being used elsewhere. It’s like you created it yourself and think it’s cool so you always use it now, but it’s embarrassing. I don’t know why it bothers me, because you’re not a journalist, but it does. Now censor this comment and let’s have a great day.

  11. terripet says:
    February 6, 2018 at 11:23 am

    Colts will be in playoffs next year
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    Let me guess: Now that he’s in blue and white he’s the best coach in the NFL, it was always him and not Brady, definitely not a cheater, etc.

  12. Good luck Josh. You just went from working for the best NFL owner to one of the worst and you don’t have an O-line, an O-line Coach like Dante Scarnecchia or a Defense.

  13. The Luck vs Wentz dream Superbowl matchup in the near future will set records worldwide for viewership numbers. This will be an epic battle of 2 to QBs for the next decade plus. The Patriots will enjoy watching it from the AFC east basement

  14. Horseteeth was dumb for hiring him. We all knew he was too young. McDaniels saved the Broncos from Cutler and Marshall, and created draft picks towards the 2015 SB winning team, so I have no idea why any Broncos fan would hate McDaniels.

    Without McDaniels properly diagnosing Cutler and Marshall as cancers, allowing Horseteeth to prosper.

    As you can see, Horseteeth has no idea what he’s doing. He lucked into Gomer, watched Guyers’s PEDS do its thing, opened the checkbook, but now he is paying for it.

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    You realize Elway didn’t hire McDaniels, right? He didn’t join the front office until a year after McDaniels was let go.

  15. A lot of hate for B.B. and his assistants failing. He isn’t kicking them out, and he’s not responsible for preparing them for anything, that’s on them and the team that wants them.

    Remind me again of the long list of assistant coaches that turned out to be awesome head coaches from other coaching trees?

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    Parcells assistants have faired pretty damn well.

  16. reddzen says:
    February 6, 2018 at 11:11 am

    Good luck on that hire. While I will root for him because I like competitive teams in the NFL, I am still not over his time in Denver…
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    It’s interesting that a Browns fan is “still not over his time in Denver”

  17. reddzen says:
    February 6, 2018 at 11:11 am
    Good luck on that hire. While I will root for him because I like competitive teams in the NFL, I am still not over his time in Denver, and the general failure of the so-called coaching tree out of NE (It’s been an abject failure). I am also not sure Luck ever truly comes back and if he does, to what? Jay Cutler like turnover numbers? Add in Irsay and I think it is going to be a lot of interesting reading coming up.

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    Or, he might have learned from his time in Denver and go on to coach multiple Super Bowl winning teams (hopefully with NE once BB retires because we all know that’s the job he really wants), making the Broncos look a bit like the Browns (which they’re already starting to resemble).

  18. He definitely earned another shot. But Colts fans have to hope that he has learned some people skills since his last head coaching stint. Although the tough guys don’t like to admit it, it’s *really* important. Case in point is the difference between Chip Kelly and Doug Pederson. They’re probably both great at the X’s and O’x part of the game. But only one had the people skills to get unhappy players like Jason Peters, Jason Kelce, and Lane Johnson to stop complaining and play.

  19. Theoretically he should have a better offense in Indy as Luck if healthy adds mobility and stronger arm than Brady. If his offense struggles then people have been right all along, he is just another product of the Patriots system.

  20. tylawspick6 says:
    February 6, 2018 at 11:20 am
    Terripet has just been moved from the blue ward to the red ward, and put into a padded room.
    ______________________
    Remember when you said it would never happen?
    Ahhh…….good times.

  21. xxsweepthelegxx says:
    February 6, 2018 at 11:29 am
    A lot of hate for B.B. and his assistants failing. He isn’t kicking them out, and he’s not responsible for preparing them for anything, that’s on them and the team that wants them.

    Remind me again of the long list of assistant coaches that turned out to be awesome head coaches from other coaching trees?

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    The Mike Holmgren tree (descended from the Bill Walsh one…) was and still is pretty successful, maybe not in SB championships but certainly in wins and playoff appearances. To lesser extent the same can be said about Pete Carroll and Tony Dungy.

  22. excellent points about the BB coaching tree being an abject failure, because it has. And for one reason, none of them took Brady with them. Brady is the main reason for the success, and some of you may remember who was calling “Bill” a genius when he coached the Bernie Kosar Browns. Right, absolutely no one.

  23. During the 2018 season those of us who are Pats fans get to:

    1. Root for the Pats.
    2. Root for Jimmy G. and the 49ers.
    3. Root for Matt Patricia and the Lions (in spite of the abysmal Super Bowl defense).

    But what do we do about McDaniels? This is the hated Colts organization? What do we do?

  24. brwmstr says:
    February 6, 2018 at 11:40 am
    worst owner/franchise in Pro sports. Good luck Josh

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    Bill Polian and Tony Dungy both say he is the best owner to work for, but I’m sure you know more than those two Hall of Famers.

  25. whywerule says:
    February 6, 2018 at 12:04 pm
    During the 2018 season those of us who are Pats fans get to:

    1. Root for the Pats.
    2. Root for Jimmy G. and the 49ers.
    3. Root for Matt Patricia and the Lions (in spite of the abysmal Super Bowl defense).

    But what do we do about McDaniels? This is the hated Colts organization? What do we do?

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    there’s a limit to everything.

  26. Simple you wait to see if the Colts are any good , jump on their Bandwagon and proclaim yourself a “Lifelong ” Colt’s fan ,just like you did 17 years ago .

  27. For all the trashing of BB assistants, Bill “O’Brien has not failed. He’s been hamstrung by bad management and stupid personnel decisions. I believe he’s overachieved.

    This year will be the acid test. He has a QB and his GM. Go get ’em Bill.

  28. IF the Colts front office keeps him to just coaching I think he can do well. His biggest issues in Denver were his poor personnel decisions. (For those that may not recall, Denver had like the third best offense in the league and had missed the playoffs by one game the year before purely due to the defense. But Josh decided his first order of business was to remake the entire offense. And nobody stood up and told him no.)

  29. Couldn’t hate the Patriots that deep if the other teams are poaching anything Patriots. Dynasty? More like an empire. The Patriots web is spreading.

  30. whywerule says:
    February 6, 2018 at 12:04 pm
    During the 2018 season those of us who are Pats fans get to:

    1. Root for the Pats.
    2. Root for Jimmy G. and the 49ers.
    3. Root for Matt Patricia and the Lions (in spite of the abysmal Super Bowl defense).

    But what do we do about McDaniels? This is the hated Colts organization? What do we do?

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    Why would you root for other teams if you’re a Pats fan? Makes no sense. Trust me, no Colts fans were rooting for Dwayne Allen, Phil Dorsett and the Pats on Sunday!

  31. Super Bowl 52 proved the refs aren’t for the Patriots says:
    February 6, 2018 at 12:27 pm

    The Belichick coaching tree for head coaches is:
    Bill O’Brien
    Josh McDaniels
    Matt Patricia

    That’s it. End of list.
    ________________________________________________

    Nick Saban says hello

  32. Andy Reid has spawned John Harbough, Steve Spagnuolo, Ron Rivera, Todd Bowles, Sean McDermott, Doug Pederson and now Nagy. Not too shabby.

  33. steelcurtainn says:
    February 6, 2018 at 12:49 pm
    You don’t lose your two coordinators and expect to make it back to the big game. This may be the last stop for N.E ending with a sb loss.
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    The last person that should be posting anything about the Pats, success, coaching, etc…in fact you ought to be hibernating someplace where nobody can see your shame.

  34. The issue is Denver was that he had to much power and he was very young. I am assuming that he does not have the power in Indianapolis that he had in Denver and I assuming he has learned a little from his mistakes. He will be fine. This is coming from a Bronco fan. He is better right now than Vance Joseph, enough said

  35. brwmstr says:
    February 6, 2018 at 11:40 am
    worst owner/franchise in Pro sports. Good luck Josh

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    Bill Polian and Tony Dungy both say he is the best owner to work for, but I’m sure you know more than those two Hall of Famers.
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    Irsay has a rep for being a bit of a buffoon with the DUI and drunkenly tweeting Neil Young lyrics, but by all accounts he lets the football people run the team and stays out of the way.

  36. Offensive coordinator- out.
    Defensive coordinator- out.
    Brady will be 41 next year.
    Gronk (of all people) is suddenly worried about his concussed brain.

    The writing is on the wall.

    Can you hear all the NE fans scurrying off the sinking ship?

  37. One should check Andy Reid coaching tree, 2 Super Bowl winning coaches, plus + current head coaches

  38. thermanmerman99 says:
    February 6, 2018 at 11:47 am
    The Luck vs Wentz dream Superbowl matchup in the near future will set records worldwide for viewership numbers. This will be an epic battle of 2 to QBs for the next decade plus. The Patriots will enjoy watching it from the AFC east basement

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    The Pats are already the favorites to win the SB next season…..Indy….not so much. They will be lucky to compete for 3rd place in the AFC South.

  39. The AFC South is going to be one of the toughest divisions next season. And this probably won’t be a popular opinion, but I think the AFC in general will be pretty tough. Every team will be better than last year, even the Browns (you can’t get much worse than 0-16). I honestly think you can make a case for any AFC team making the playoffs except the Browns (note that I said making the playoffs, not winning the Super Bowl).

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    There are a few things here. 1, I wouldnt count out the Browns just yet. They played a LOT of close games last season and that would go double if their QB didnt throw a cartoon like 22 INTs. They have a decent HB, good WRs and a talented OL. If they can prop up the defense and insert a semi competent QB that team can make noise, and they have the money and picks to do it. In a year or 2, they could look something like the Jags from this year.

    As for the rest of the AFC, its going to be interesting. The Jets overperformed, even at 5 wins, and still dont have anything resembling a QB or a WR. The Bills will regress if they cant find a competent QB(who is better than their current semi-competent QB). Will the Chiefs be able to continue at their current level with a first time starter at QB and losing some defensive talent? Will the Chargers be able to put together anything resembling a run or will Rivers regress and quit. The Steelers have cap issues and a lot of big names getting ready to walk. Will Bortles be able to continue his trend up, or will he fall back into old habits.

    A TON of questions in the AFC

  40. sbchampsagain says:
    February 6, 2018 at 1:02 pm
    Offensive coordinator- out.
    Defensive coordinator- out.
    Brady will be 41 next year.
    Gronk (of all people) is suddenly worried about his concussed brain.

    The writing is on the wall.

    Can you hear all the NE fans scurrying off the sinking ship?
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    No, actually what I hear is fans from 31 other teams piling on after a SB loss in which the Pats had 600 yards and no punts and kept the Eagles fans on the edge of the chair for 59 minutes. When your team doesn’t have the same success you ought to just button it and stay humble. That goes double for Bills and Steelers fans!

  41. aarons444 says:
    February 6, 2018 at 12:56 pm
    Hoping Colin Cowherd was right and Bill is poised to announce his retirement.
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    What retirement would make you happiest?

    Belichick or McCarthy?

  42. TheTruth says:
    February 6, 2018 at 1:17 pm

    No, actually what I hear is fans from 31 other teams piling on after a SB loss in which the Pats had 600 yards and no punts and kept the Eagles fans on the edge of the chair for 59 minutes. When your team doesn’t have the same success you ought to just button it and stay humble. That goes double for Bills and Steelers fans!

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    Aww…is somebody sad because their favorite team didn’t win a SB this year…like 31 other teams? It’s the same every year people. Only one team can win. Only one franchise has 6 SB though…so…

  43. McCarthy should be fired.

    His retirement would do nothing for me.

    .. I don’t want to see Belichick retire, honestly. Just want to see Pats Nation collectively jump off the Tobin Bridge.

  44. Can you hear all the NE fans scurrying off the sinking ship?

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    is that supposed to bother us?

    the reality is, after decades of just hoping the Pats would get a playoff spot, ANY playoff spot, we’ve been able to watch our team play in 8 of the last 17 Super Bowls and 12 of the last 17 AFCCGs.

  45. sbchampsagain says:
    Can you hear all the NE fans scurrying off the sinking ship?
    —-

    We were there at Nickerson Stadium, Harvard Stadium, the cold metal bleachers of Sullivan stadium.

    We were there for Hannah’s best years, Sam Cunningham, Steve Grogan, Stanley Morgan too.

    We were there for 1-15 and there for 16-0. Victor Kiam and Robert Kraft.

    The greatest fan base in America ain’t going anywhere.

  46. The Pats are already the favorites to win the SB next season…..Indy….not so much. They will be lucky to compete for 3rd place in the AFC South

    They were favored to win this year as well… How’d that work out?

  47. commentawaitingdeletion says:
    February 6, 2018 at 12:48 pm
    Super Bowl 52 proved the refs aren’t for the Patriots says:
    February 6, 2018 at 12:27 pm

    The Belichick coaching tree for head coaches is:
    Bill O’Brien
    Josh McDaniels
    Matt Patricia

    That’s it. End of list.
    ________________________________________________

    Nick Saban says hello
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    Nick Saban was a monumental failure in the NFL. College success does not translate to NFL success. Chip Kelly sends his regards.

  48. nhpats says:
    February 6, 2018 at 1:12 pm

    The Pats are already the favorites to win the SB next season…..Indy….not so much. They will be lucky to compete for 3rd place in the AFC South.

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    Right, because SB odds a full year in advance means everything! What were the Eagles odds at this time last year?

  49. Bob Moyer says:

    February 6, 2018 at 1:08 pm

    One should check Andy Reid coaching tree, 2 Super Bowl winning coaches, plus + current head coaches
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    LOL
    Andy Reid cant win in the playoffs or win a super bowl, but his “coaching tree” can.
    LOL.

  50. delgriffth says:
    February 6, 2018 at 1:45 pm
    The Pats are already the favorites to win the SB next season…..Indy….not so much. They will be lucky to compete for 3rd place in the AFC South

    They were favored to win this year as well… How’d that work out?

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    I’d say they were quite close….as I expect them to be again next season. The Colts….they might be able to hang a 3rd place banner

  51. They were favored to win this year as well… How’d that work out?

    It came down to the last play of the game, that’s how. That’s a pretty good prediction a year out.

  52. tylawspick6 says:
    February 6, 2018 at 11:23 am
    reddzen says:
    February 6, 2018 at 11:11 am
    Good luck on that hire. While I will root for him because I like competitive teams in the NFL, I am still not over his time in Denver, and the general failure of the so-called coaching tree out of NE (It’s been an abject failure). I am also not sure Luck ever truly comes back and if he does, to what? Jay Cutler like turnover numbers? Add in Irsay and I think it is going to be a lot of interesting reading coming up.

    3 9 Rate This

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    Horseteeth was dumb for hiring him. We all knew he was too young. McDaniels saved the Broncos from Cutler and Marshall, and created draft picks towards the 2015 SB winning team, so I have no idea why any Broncos fan would hate McDaniels.

    Without McDaniels properly diagnosing Cutler and Marshall as cancers, allowing Horseteeth to prosper.

    As you can see, Horseteeth has no idea what he’s doing. He lucked into Gomer, watched Guyers’s PEDS do its thing, opened the checkbook, but now he is paying for it.

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    Elway wasn’t there at that time. But nice try. Your predictions or lack thereof are epic. People make a lot of money going the opposite of what you say. You know like Brady putting 50 on the jags, James Harrison strip sack to end the game, and Foles being confused by that vaunted d and throwing 3 picks.

  53. Let get real here… Tom Brady was is and has always been the offense of the Patriots. The star player…the field general, the off field coach ..He is it ..THE reason they are who they are…Josh Daniels without Tom…really?

  54. steelcurtainn says:
    February 6, 2018 at 12:49 pm

    You don’t lose your two coordinators and expect to make it back to the big game. This may be the last stop for N.E ending with a sb loss.

    ======================

    If only NE had experience with something like this – say, having won prior Super Bowls, then having those SB-winning coordinators leave, and then winning more subsequent Super Bowls with new coordinators – maybe, just maybe, they would stand a chance…

  55. You never know about leadership ’til it’s in place, but looking at the rest of the AFC South, a quick infusion of quarterback-centric offensive brilliance is what the Colts need most to stand a chance.

    But it’s going to take a quick roster turnaround to keep the Luck era from being even more of a wasted opportunity than the “who needs a complete team?/let’s rest our starters for the last couple weeks of the season” Manning era.

  56. All the Super Bowl Losing Patriots and their fans have left is “look at us! we’re the bookie favorite for next year!”

    To be honest…that’s kind of pathetic in its own way.

  57. TheTruth says:
    February 6, 2018 at 1:17 pm

    sbchampsagain says:
    February 6, 2018 at 1:02 pm
    Offensive coordinator- out.
    Defensive coordinator- out.
    Brady will be 41 next year.
    Gronk (of all people) is suddenly worried about his concussed brain.

    The writing is on the wall.

    Can you hear all the NE fans scurrying off the sinking ship?
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    No, actually what I hear is fans from 31 other teams piling on after a SB loss in which the Pats had 600 yards and no punts and kept the Eagles fans on the edge of the chair for 59 minutes. When your team doesn’t have the same success you ought to just button it and stay humble.

    ==============================
    Maybe it’s just me but I think that’s excellent advice for the fans of the newly crowned Super Bowl Loser Patriots.

  58. Josh and Matt have been on the leave/stay/leave/stay alternator for three years. I think there may be a small but meaningful sigh of relief from Belichick now that the uncertainty is over. Brady has mixed feelings about Josh, for sure, but he’s his own coach anyway.

    The developments may rejuvenate Bill and Tom. They are playoffs-bound in 2018 anyway. In Bill We Trust.

  59. truthprofessor says:
    February 6, 2018 at 1:43 pm

    —-

    We were there at Nickerson Stadium, Harvard Stadium, the cold metal bleachers of Sullivan stadium.

    We were there for Hannah’s best years, Sam Cunningham, Steve Grogan, Stanley Morgan too.

    We were there for 1-15 and there for 16-0. Victor Kiam and Robert Kraft.

    The greatest fan base in America ain’t going anywhere.

    I have the same type of history with the Pats too. Except I can add Fenway park and BC stadium to the list. Remember the those cold aluminum bench seats, if you left to the mens room there wasn’t any room left when you came back, that stadium sucked. Will never forget the opening game with the overflowing toilets.

  60. He is going to regret making this movie, and Detroit will quickly regret hiring Patricia. Generally, the Belichick tree doesn’t do well in HC jobs…but McDaniels probably has the better temperament to be a HC since he is not doing the GM thing.

  61. TheTruth says:

    steelcurtainn says:
    You don’t lose your two coordinators and expect to make it back to the big game. This may be the last stop for N.E ending with a sb loss.
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    The last person that should be posting anything about the Pats, success, coaching, etc…in fact you ought to be hibernating someplace where nobody can see your shame.
    ———————————–
    The Steelers just won the division and finished with the third best record in their history. They lost a playoff game–as did the Patriots. If that’s a cause for shame, perhaps the two teams should hibernate and share their shame together.

  62. StringsAttached says:
    February 6, 2018 at 1:37 pm
    TheTruth says:
    February 6, 2018 at 1:17 pm

    No, actually what I hear is fans from 31 other teams piling on after a SB loss in which the Pats had 600 yards and no punts and kept the Eagles fans on the edge of the chair for 59 minutes. When your team doesn’t have the same success you ought to just button it and stay humble. That goes double for Bills and Steelers fans!

    ________________________________________________________________________________________

    Aww…is somebody sad because their favorite team didn’t win a SB this year…like 31 other teams? It’s the same every year people. Only one team can win. Only one franchise has 6 SB though…so…
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    Not really. Would have preferred a win of course but still got a thrilling season that came down to the final minute of the Superbowl with edge of the seat excitement. And have good chances of doing that every year.

    Its a better existence than rooting for a team that lives vicariously through 40 year old successes and hasnt done anything but choke out early in the past 10 years. And has good chances of doing that every year.

  63. @Deb: The Steelers lost their FIRST playoff game, the Pats lost the SB. The Steelers underachieved. The Pats, it can be argued, over-achieved…again. Quite a difference…even a Steelers fan can see that!

  64. Super Bowl 52 proved the refs aren’t for the Patriots says:
    February 6, 2018 at 5:22 pm
    We are in a strange time. The eagles fans are celebrating like they won the super bowl, because they did

    Then there are 30 other teams fans celebrating like they won a super bowl, because the pats didn’t. Sad times for you people

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    Actually its only 28 other teams. Cowboys and Giants fans aren’t sure where they stand on this one.

  65. Ok Colts fans, time to reverse yourselves. Lets turn all that praise into condemnation now. Start by saying he wasnt any good and you never wanted him in the first place. Then go from there.

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