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Old 01-05-2014   #151
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Default Re: O'Brien & His Coaching Staffs

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Originally Posted by bckey View Post
One more Godsey-O'Brien tie: O'Brien was Georgia Tech's offensive coordinator when Godsey played QB there

Like Brian Ferentz, Godsey was on same @Patriots coaching staff under O'Brien when he was OC there (CONT)

As for offensive coordinator, keep an eye on @Patriots TE coach George Godsey (CONT)

Brian Ferentz, son of Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz, was @Patriots assistant from 2009 to 2011. Started as offensive assistant, left as TE coach

I'm hearing @HoustonTexans already have strong candidate for new o-line coach that may be done deal: Brian Ferentz from University of Iowa




That would give the Texans a very inexperienced offensive coaching staff (NFL).
Yep and this is worisome.

However If Ferentz is anywhere near as good as his dad is the OL should be in good hands.

New Englnds TE's were pretty good even without Hernandez. So there is hope.
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