If he is available, why not see if he will shuffle off to Buffalo!
23-25 in three seasons with a playoff appearance in his 1st year in NY.
What was impressive that year was how he managed to re-construct that team. He traded Abraham to ATL and drafted 2 plowhorses, Ferguson and Mangold in the 2006 draft. Funny how the Tuna did the same in Miami!
Reasons why this makes sense:
1. He possesses the best knowledge base of the AFC East of any potential candidate.
2. He has defeated Belichek. And remains extremely motivated to do so.
3. His offense, led by Brian Schottenheimer, had the top ranked rusher in the AFC in Thomas Jones. And a diverse passing attack that gets the ball to playmakers like Leon Washington.
4. His defense, given his background in NE, is the 3-4. While the Bills finished ahead of the Jets in total Defense, a change to an attacking scheme would likely result in more turnovers and big plays due to pressure.
I say he'd be a step up over DJ.
What says you?