The New England Patriots' coaching staff shakeup won't stop with its two coordinators.
Since their loss in Super Bowl LII to the Philadelphia Eagles marks the end of the season and the beginning of the offseason, the Colts are now free to make that announcement. In 2011, he served as offensive coordinator for the Rams before returning to the Patriots. Brady threw three touchdown passes and no interceptions and the Patriots didn't punt a single time.
The Patriots lost in the Super Bowl, but it wasn't the offense's fault. The main criticism aimed towards him is that he has benefited from coaching one of the greatest quarterbacks of all-time in Tom Brady, where a guy like Matt LaFleur is cutting his teeth with multiple chains of success.
Josh McDaniels is hoping history stops repeating itself there.
There is a legitimate argument to be made that McDaniels is a better coordinator than he is a head coach. While there are some concerns about Luck's health, McDaniels must have confidence that he will be ready for next season.More news: Aubameyang on Arsenal pal Mkhitaryan: A good friend, like a brother
More news: Jamie Dornan left red-faced at private screening of Fifty Shades
More news: Rihanna, Emmanuel Macron join forces again to improve education in developing countries
Now, the AFC South becomes the most interesting division to watch this offseason.
McDaniels, the offensive co-ordinator of the Patriots since 2012, heads to the Colts just a day after defensive co-ordinator Matt Patricia left to join the Detroit Lions. Obviously, those rumors proved to be false with the Colts announcing his hiring on Tuesday. He was part of all five of New England's Super Bowl titles since 2001.
McDaniels did not want to talk about his rumored job in Indy after New England's 41-33 loss on Sunday night.
McDaniels will be formally unveiled by the Colts on Wednesday.
With no Jimmy Garropollo on the bench, the future for the New England Patriots is very unclear despite the resilience and excellence of the aging Brady.