Josh McDaniels is undoubtedly a good offensive coordinator and he has a brilliant football mind. Groomed from an early age by his father, Thom McDaniels, often labeled as a "legend" of Ohio high school football—Josh leads the Denver Broncos into their second season under his tutelage.
Josh used his father's tight relationship with Nick Saban to ignite his coaching career as a senior graduate assistant at Michigan State University from 1999 to 2000 under Saban.
Because Josh is accustomed to getting what he wants based on his football lineage, Josh takes an aristocratic approach to management. With his brazen arrogance, uppity demur, and his "my way or the highway approach" he has Denver sliding down a path similar to Rome under the leadership of Nero.
The 2010-11 season will determine if he will be able to elevate the Broncos to their past glory, or continue to drag the franchise to the realm of the NFL Misbegotten.