Found January 09, 2012 on NESN.com:
The Patriots' hiring of Josh McDaniels has one Denver Post columnist so up in arms that he thinks the Broncos and the rest of the NFL playoff teams should protest it. McDaniels' return to New England isn't too surprising given current offensive coordinator Bill O'Brien's eventual departure to become head coach at Penn State. But McDaniels is jumping onboard immediately as an offensive assistant, which the Denver Post's Mike Klis just doesn't feel is right. "This is the 2011 season. McDaniels finished the 2011 season as the Rams' offensive coordinator. He got his chance to contribute this year," Klis writes....
2 Comments:
  • if it were against the rules, hence cheating, the league wouldn't allow it.....who the hell is Klis to accuse them of cheating??

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