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Old 01-11-2009, 09:51 PM   #1
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Ok, now who is next in line?

Who becomes the next VP and who becomes the next OC?

I'm guessing Scarnecchia becomes OC?
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I'm guessing Scarnecchia becomes OC?
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I don't think so. He has been a line coach forever, I don't think he really wants to be anything else or he would have changed jobs a long time ago.
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Old 01-11-2009, 10:52 PM   #7
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Pete Mangurian was named the tight ends coach on Head Coach Bill Belichick's staff on March 7, 2005. He is entering his 16th year in the NFL and his 28th year as a coach, including a successful three-year stint as the head coach at Cornell University and a tenure as the offensive coordinator for the Atlanta Falcons in 2003.
Last season, Mangurian's group contributed consistent offense as the Patriots introduced several new receivers into their offensive attack. Benjamin Watson had a career year, finishing second on the team with a career-high 49 receptions for 643 yards while rookie David Thomas emerged late in the year as a threat in the passing offense, making his first start at Jacksonville (12/24) and catching five balls for 83 yards and his first career touchdown.

In 2005, his first season tutoring the Patriots tight ends, Mangurian's group scored 12 touchdowns (the most by Patriots tight ends in 21 years) while averaging 13.2 yards per catch (the highest by Patriots tight ends in 18 years). The 12 touchdowns included three scoring grabs from linebacker Mike Vrabel, who occasionally lined up as a tight end in goal-line situations. The last time the Patriots' tight ends had seen the end zone that often was in 1984, when New England's tight ends and H-Backs also notched 12 scores. Additionally, Patriots tight ends recorded 56 receptions for 737 yards, with the average of 13.2 yards per catch, representing the highest yards-per-catch figure by a group of New England tight ends since 1988. That season Russ Francis and Lin Dawson led a unit that averaged 13.3 yards per catch.

The 2005 campaign featured a tight ends unit that was one of the NFL's most consistent big-play threats at the position. Tight ends Daniel Graham and Benjamin Watson combined to produce eight regular-season receptions of 25 yards or longer, a mark that led the AFC and ranked second in the NFL (Atlanta, 9). Additionally, the duo produced six receptions of 30 yards or longer and 14 receptions of 20 yards or longer. In addition to those regular-season marks, Watson grabbed a 63-yard touchdown pass in the first round of the playoffs that stands as the longest touchdown reception in Patriots postseason history.

Prior to joining the Patriots, Mangurian was a member of Dan Reeves' staff with the Atlanta Falcons for three seasons from 2001-03, a period during which the Falcons notably excelled in rushing and pass protection. As Atlanta's offensive coordinator in 2003, Mangurian oversaw an offensive unit that averaged 4.48 yards per carry and allowed just 35 sacks, the fewest for the Falcons since 1991. His promotion to offensive coordinator came following a 2002 season during which he served as Atlanta's offensive line coach and contributed to a season in which the Falcons set team records for yards-per-carry (4.53), rushing touchdowns (23) and most 30-point games (8).

Mangurian returned to the NFL in 2001 after spending three seasons as the head coach at Cornell. In his final two seasons (1999-2000), Cornell won a total of 10 Ivy League games under Mangurian, more than any other team in the league. His 10-4 league record over that span ties the best two-year Ivy League record in school history. Mangurian recorded an overall record of 16-14 (.533) before returning to the NFL for the 2001 season.

The California native began his NFL coaching career in 1988, when Reeves hired him as the tight ends/H-backs coach for the Denver Broncos. He went on to become the team's offensive line coach in 1991. Mangurian spent a total of five seasons with the Broncos and was on the staff of the 1989 AFC Championship team that appeared in Super Bowl XXIV. In 1993, he joined the New York Giants and spent four seasons mentoring the offensive line, helping to pave the way for Rodney Hampton to record three consecutive 1,000-yard seasons. Overall, he spent 13 seasons as an assistant to Reeves with Denver, New York and Atlanta.

Prior to entering the NFL ranks, Mangurian spent nine seasons as an assistant coach at the collegiate level. He began his coaching career in 1979, accepting a position as the assistant offensive line coach at Southern Methodist University. From there, he spent one season as the offensive line coach at New Mexico State (1981), then spent two seasons working with the offensive line at Stanford. In 1984, he began a four-season stint as the offensive line coach at his alma mater, Louisiana State, helping the Tigers earn four consecutive bowl bids and set school records for total offense on three separate occasions.
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The next VP? Has it been announced that Pioli is gone?
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Old 01-11-2009, 11:03 PM   #9
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The next VP? Has it been announced that Pioli is gone?
Not officially, but its a "done deal"
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How about we get Mike Shanahan to be our new OC, he also has a great eye for running backs
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How about we get Mike Shanahan to be our new OC, he also has a great eye for running backs
Like Maurice Clarett?
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I don't think so. He has been a line coach forever, I don't think he really wants to be anything else or he would have changed jobs a long time ago.
Perhaps. But I remember his name being tossed around when Weis left as well. His name is always mentioned in times like these.
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As for how the Patriots, who are scheduled to play the Broncos in 2009, will fill the void, the rest of the offensive coaching staff consists of running backs coach Ivan Fears, tight ends coach Pete Mangurian, receivers coach Bill O'Brien, and offensive line coach Dante Scarnecchia.

Of that group only Mangurian has held the title of offensive coordinator in the NFL, in 2003 with the Falcons. O'Brien was offensive coordinator at Georgia Tech in 2001-02 and at Duke in 2006.

Coach Bill Belichick presumably would prefer to promote from within, because the team isn't likely to alter its system and a coordinator coming from another team likely would take time to adjust to the Patriots' way.

It's also possible Belichick could take a more active role in play-calling.
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I don't think so. He has been a line coach forever, I don't think he really wants to be anything else or he would have changed jobs a long time ago.
Agreed, it's not going to happen.
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