Former Patriots offensive coordinator Charlie Weis did not shy away from any opportunity to comment on Josh McDaniels decision to stay in New England.
According to Pro Football Talk, there has been no guarantee that McDaniels will be the next head coach of the New England Patriots.
Josh McDaniels decided to stay in New England, even after already hiring assistant coaches for his next job in Indianapolis.
"I was shocked," Charlie Weis said on Sirius XM today. "It's like a slap in the face."
"If he's not the heir apparent, then that would've been the absolute dumbest move in the history of sports."
Weis also added that he personally believes that McDaniels is the next head guy in New England, despite the current reports.
"But in one city, he's endeared himself. Let me be the first to lay a wager in Vegas that when Belichick leaves, Josh McDaniels is the next head coach in New England. It's like Secretariat running right now. I'd say the odds of it happening are like 100%"
Charlie Weis shares the text he sent to Tom Brady during the middle of the third quarter of today's game.
On this episode of "The Best of Boston Sports Tonight Podcast" with Tom Curran, Michael Holley, Tom Giles, and Kayce Smith...former Patriots offensive coordinator Charlie Weis joined us in-studio to discus a wide array of topics. Also, the Celtics look to close out the Bulls, and Lou Merloni weighs-in on another dominating effort by Chris Sale.
- 0:41 - Former Patriots offensive coordinator Charlie Weis joins BST to discuss what it was like coaching Tom Brady early in the quarterback’s career and how it came about that the Patriots drafted Tom Brady in the 6th round.
- 3:18 - Weis gives us an insight into what Bill Belichick is like during the NFL draft, how trades are made while the draft is going on, and why the Patriots have struggled with getting tall wide receivers.
- 7:38 - Weis tell us which quarterback in this year’s draft he thinks will be the best pro and how Jimmy Garoppolo compares to the QB’s in this draft class.
- 11:15 - Discussion on if the Celtics would have a 3-2 series lead if Rajon Rondo did not get injured and how the Celtics have found a way to get the job done.
- 15:37 - Lou Merloni joins BST to talk about Chris Sale once again dominating but not getting the win because of the lackluster Red Sox offense, and John Farrell letting Sale pitch in the 9th inning this time around.