McDaniels Named Colts Head Coach

McDaniels Named Colts Head Coach

McDaniels is coming off a disappointing Super Bowl loss with the Patriots against the Philadelphia Eagles, but through no fault of his own offense, as Tom Brady threw for 505 passing yards and 3 touchdowns while New England's offense scored 33 points in defeat.

Indianapolis Colts have confirmed Josh McDaniels will become their new head coach after agreeing terms.

It has been widely reported that the New England Patriots will lose both of their coordinators after the Super Bowl, but apparently one of those two coaches has not officially informed the team that he will take another job. If there's skepticism of McDaniels it's that all of his coaching success has come with Bill Belichick, calling plays for Brady.

McDaniels had a disastrous stint as the head coach in Denver, where he posted an 11-17 record in 2009 and 2010.

Before the Super Bowl, he was asked about an increased role with the team in 2018 and beyond. Finding a franchise quarterback in the National Football League is arguably the most hard thing to do. Schuplinski is now the Patriots assistant quarterback coach.

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He will have some skeptics based on what happened in Denver, but this is a good situation for McDaniels, provided that quarterback Andrew Luck is healthy.

Josh McDaniels is bringing Jerry Schuplinski with him to Indianapolis, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

The new Colts coach has experience with Jacoby Brissett, the presumptive Colts backup quarterback who was traded from the Patriots to Indy before the 2017 season.

There is a slight chance McDaniels might pull out of the running for the Colts job, which explains Pats receiver Danny Amendola's answer about losing his offensive coordinator.

However, Rob Gronkowski, the Patriots' all-world tight end, virtually confirmed McDaniels' pending departure.

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