Discussion in 'Beasts of the AFC East' started by Sons Of Shula, Nov 30, 2016.
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As long as Tom Brady is the QB Bill isn't going anywhere. Why would he? This organization is fundamentally solid from top to bottom, it is the best in all of football. Player management, cap space, draft picks it is just a system that works to perfection.
I don't know if he'll ever catch Shula as the winningest coach but he can damn sure go past Landry into 3rd in a few years. I think this will be a Marino/Shula thing. Maybe they both walk away together if they win a final championship or maybe ojne precedes the other.
After this season because when we take, legitimately (contrary to the 2008 season when Brady was out), the AFC East crown in the last game of the season, he will realize that the Patriots reign is broken and cheating won't payoff anymore. :lol:
Even though we don't know when one or the other will hang it up...we can safely say there isn't much time left for New England to have both. My guess is within 3 years both will be gone.
Neither McDaniels or Patricia have accepted jobs nor really entertained interviews with the exception of McDaniels' quick trip to SF.
Patriots win the SB and Belichick's retirement might be a lot closer on the horizon than some might think.
McDaniels as a head coach was seen before. he failed, I can only hope he is who they choose after Belichek retires
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Makes me wonder if perhaps McDaniels is part of a succession plan and the end is near, either next year or the year after? I'm sure McDaniels wold want to stay to be the HC of the Pats all things considered.
HE'LL probably coach till he's 100
Oh well, so much for that theory.