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The Pats’ Coaching Staff Provides Key Advantage

Published by on May 14, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NFL

It is nearly impossible to evaluate single members of the Patriots' coaching staff, because the organization itself is monolithic—despite being divided into units, the team moves as one to a singular, well defined goal.

Beyond that, the Pats seem determined to keep individual roles nebulous. When assistant coaches move on (Eric Mangini, Romeo Crennel, Charlie Weiss and, most recently, Josh McDanels), another coach steps up from the ranks and the team seems to continue unaffected.

True, the style of the Patriots' play has evolved over the years, but those changes have been dictated by personnel, not personal philosophy.

Those in high coaching positions are nearly always promoted from within the organ...

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