Josh McDaniels: Player’s Coach or Disciplinarian?

Posted: 22nd October 2009 by Courtney Zierk in NFL
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Watching Josh McDaniels man the sidelines on gameday is a fascinating and somewhat inexplicable experienceùa conundrum wrapped tightlyáinside a paradox. At times, he seems like the ultimate authority figure, surveying every detail of every play, barking out commands like a crazed platoon leader, disciplining his players for even the slightest mistake. Other times, he comes across like an old college buddy you call when you want to go grab a beer and shoot some pool. In todayÆs NFL, it seems like a coach, fairly or unfairly, inevitably gets slapped with the label of either being a playerÆs coach or a disciplinarian. PlayerÆs coaches are criticized because they are at times too lenient, allowing the players to over-influence the locker room. This can be disastrous when the makeup of the ...

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