C / P From the official Pats NFL page: Brian Daboll is now in his seventh season with the Patriots and is serving as the wide receivers coach on Bill Belichick's staff for the fifth consecutive year. Since assuming his current responsibilities prior to the 2002 season, Daboll has successfully blended veteran talent with up-and-coming young receivers. His approach has helped to develop a reliable receiving corps with big-play ability that has given the Patriots' offense the ability to remain consistent and creative. Last season, New England wide receivers claimed the top three places on the team's receptions list for the third time in the four seasons Daboll has coached the position. Prior to Daboll's appointment as wide receivers coach, the position had accounted for the team's top three pass catchers just once in a nine-year span. Also in 2005, the Patriots finished the season as the NFL's second-ranked passing offense (257.5 yards per game), marking the team's highest ranking in that category in 11 seasons. Anyone who can get two 100 yd games from Gaff is a miracle worker. Another coach from the Belichick tree. Comments?