OK, let's give McDaniels the benefit of the doubt and say that he deserves a chance to redeem himself. Even then, Denver's not the only team with problems. St. Louis has its fair share, as well.
Those problems include the fact that, despite Bradford's emergence, the Rams' offense still only ranked 26th in the league in both points and yards in 2010. Sure, 7-9 was a nice improvement, but at the same time, 7-9 was a nice improvement. This is a franchise that had gone a combined 6-42 over the previous three seasons. Yikes!
Longtime running back Steven Jackson piled up the stats again, but his effectiveness noticeably dipped, and he finished with the worst rushing average of his career, with just 3.8 yards per carry. Running backs in the NFL are known to have a short shelf life, and Jackson has been as overworked as any of them over the last few seasons.
Further, unless the Rams are able to get a top pass catcher in free agency or the draft, the weapons that Bradford has to throw to are limited. McDaniels may be good, but is he a wizard?