If you can read this, either the style sheet didn't load or you have an older browser that doesn't support style sheets. Try clearing your browser cache and refreshing the page.

(USA Today)   Josh McDaniels backs out of Colts deal; plans to take over as HC after Belicheck leaves   ( ftw.usatoday.com) divider line
    More: News, Indianapolis Colts, National Football League, coordinator Josh McDaniels, offensive coordinator, Lucas Oil Stadium, Josh McDaniels, Monday Night Football, 2009 NFL season  
•       •       •

1175 clicks; posted to Sports » on 07 Feb 2018 at 12:19 AM (22 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



147 Comments     (+0 »)
 
View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest


Oldest | « | 1 | 2 | 3 | » | Newest | Show all

 
2018-02-06 11:15:36 PM  
Awkward.
 
2018-02-06 11:30:57 PM  
That wasn't an article. That was a regurgitation of Twitter feeds.
 
2018-02-06 11:42:19 PM  

Straight Outta Wells Branch: That wasn't an article. That was a regurgitation of Twitter feeds.


How Original
 
2018-02-07 12:18:45 AM  
Lulz. What a freaking lightweight.

And if he ever wants to be the boss, the Pats are probably his only chance now.
 
2018-02-07 12:25:03 AM  
Bill had the same deal with Parcells and the Jests. Will McDaniels screw the Pats way Bill screwed the Jests? (who totally deserved to be screwed in that case)
 
2018-02-07 12:26:11 AM  
 
2018-02-07 12:26:56 AM  
Irsay left Luck's medical chart on his desk during the interview.
 
2018-02-07 12:27:13 AM  
Ehh cant blame him for that
 
2018-02-07 12:27:32 AM  

Ow! That was my feelings!: Lulz. What a freaking lightweight.

And if he ever wants to be the boss, the Pats are probably his only chance now.


And the chances of him managing even a fraction of Darth Hoodie's success is really low.  I understand wanting to stick with the team but he's absolutely setting himself up for failure here- even if they keep winning unless they bring back a title every other year the game are going to talk about how he's terrible.

You have a lot less to work with at Indy, but the fans know the team needs help. Start winning playoff games and they'll back you forever.
 
2018-02-07 12:27:36 AM  
Brady gets traded for two 1st round teams to one of the obvious teams that would do something so stupid. Nobody is above the Patriot Way. Boston is a fickle city that would believe you didn't shoot your pregnant wife if you blamed a minority.
 
2018-02-07 12:29:35 AM  
Can you imagine the inside of Irsay's penthouse right now?

By the gods. The drug-fueled, profanity-ridden voicemails he must be leaving in Fuxborough and at 345 Park.

The mind *reels*
 
2018-02-07 12:42:43 AM  
Just for the lulz
 
2018-02-07 12:43:12 AM  

xaks: Can you imagine the inside of Irsay's penthouse right now?

By the gods. The drug-fueled, profanity-ridden voicemails he must be leaving in Fuxborough and at 345 Park.

The mind *reels*


He's probably left some crazy voicemails with the Colts as well.
 
2018-02-07 12:49:59 AM  
McDaniels soon changed his mind after he found a bloody horse head in his bed this morning.
 
2018-02-07 12:55:01 AM  

Schroedinger's Glory Hole: Brady gets traded for two 1st round teams to one of the obvious teams that would do something so stupid. Nobody is above the Patriot Way. Boston is a fickle city that would believe you didn't shoot your pregnant wife if you blamed a minority.


Huh?
 
2018-02-07 12:56:38 AM  
"What? The coach we wanted to hire who was a bust in his one other head coaching job stiffed us? OK. Damn this is a nice guitar!"

img.fark.netView Full Size


L-R: Gibson SG owned by George Harrison ca. Revolver = $568,000
Martin D-45 acoustic from the 1940's = $300,000?
Tiger guitar built for Jerry Garcia = $957,000
 
2018-02-07 01:03:07 AM  
He has the top scoring offense in the league with 5 returning healthy receivers

Kraft gave him more money and promised him the HC slot in 2 years
 
2018-02-07 01:04:20 AM  
FTC
 
2018-02-07 01:06:47 AM  
This is bad news...for Tom Brady.
 
2018-02-07 01:11:35 AM  
Tis better to get to the superb owl and lose than to never get there at all, apparently.
 
2018-02-07 01:36:04 AM  
I remember how well he did in Denver even if no one else does. Colts should breathe a sigh of relief
 
2018-02-07 01:38:32 AM  
Guess I'm not the only person whose mind didn't immediately assume this is why he's not going to the Colts.
 
2018-02-07 02:15:00 AM  

you are a puppet: I remember how well he did in Denver even if no one else does. Colts should breathe a sigh of relief


As a Colts fan I was quite relieved when I heard he changed his mind.

The whole Cutler debacle was bad enough, but somehow thinking Tebow was worth a first round draft pick just seals it. The Colts don't need that kind of decision making, they've had enough problems with the draft as it is.
 
2018-02-07 02:25:44 AM  
Indy Star didn't pull any punches.

"Be embarrassed, Indianapolis Colts, but also be relieved. Josh McDaniels is a punk and a loser, but he's not your punk. He's not your loser.

He's not your head coach, thank God.

Imagine, knowing what we know right now, infecting this franchise with thatfraud. And make no mistake: He's one of the biggest frauds in the NFL. He confirmed it Tuesday night. After agreeing three weeks ago to terms with the Colts to become their next coach, after hiring multiple members of his coaching staff, after arranging to fly Wednesday morning from Boston to Indianapolis on Jim Irsay's jet to be introduced at an afternoon news conference, Josh McDaniels backed out."
 
2018-02-07 02:37:25 AM  

phimuskapsi: Indy Star didn't pull any punches.

"Be embarrassed, Indianapolis Colts, but also be relieved. Josh McDaniels is a punk and a loser, but he's not your punk. He's not your loser.

He's not your head coach, thank God.

Imagine, knowing what we know right now, infecting this franchise with thatfraud. And make no mistake: He's one of the biggest frauds in the NFL. He confirmed it Tuesday night. After agreeing three weeks ago to terms with the Colts to become their next coach, after hiring multiple members of his coaching staff, after arranging to fly Wednesday morning from Boston to Indianapolis on Jim Irsay's jet to be introduced at an afternoon news conference, Josh McDaniels backed out."


That article brings up a great point. McDaniels just cashed in ALL his chips on being the successor to Bill in NE. Unless he plans on going to the NCAA to be a head coach, he won't get a glance for the next two or more years in the NFL as a head coaching opportunity.
 
2018-02-07 04:06:03 AM  
img.fark.netView Full Size
 
2018-02-07 05:53:40 AM  
I for one can't wait for the Josh McDaniels/Brian Hoyer regime to take over and make New England great again.
 
2018-02-07 06:03:32 AM  
Why is this such a big deal when a coaching candidate reneges on a deal? Teams will fire coaches in a heartbeat. Good for Josh doing what's best for him.

And maybe the Colts should have done a better job caring for Luck. I just read some articles which state no one still has a clear idea where Andrew stands in his recovery.
 
2018-02-07 07:14:35 AM  
img.fark.netView Full Size
 
2018-02-07 07:14:38 AM  

skinink: Why is this such a big deal when a coaching candidate reneges on a deal? Teams will fire coaches in a heartbeat. Good for Josh doing what's best for him.

And maybe the Colts should have done a better job caring for Luck. I just read some articles which state no one still has a clear idea where Andrew stands in his recovery.


Well, because for three weeks he's been the choice.  He agreed to a contract, and while not signed, he'd still agreed to become the Colts coach.  In doing so the Colts stopped interviewing the other talented coaching candidates on their list, all of whom have other jobs now because Josh McDaniels was the guy.  Coaches from other organizations, Matt Elberfus for one, left their jobs to join McDaniels on staff in Indy.  Elberfus signed a contract yesterday, all while McDaniels was wavering in his commitment to taking the job he'd agreed to take.  McDaniels knew he was second guessing himself, yet apparently made no mention of it to the Colts until the last minute.  He allowed the Colts to coordinate Irsay's plane picking up McDaniels and his family, set a press conference for the next day, etc.  All to back out 16 hours before he was to be introduced as coach.

Why is it a big deal? Because you don't do that in a professional environment.  You don't do that to the guys you had already hired to join your staff.  If you're having second thoughts about taking a job, then you don't schedule a farking press conference with your new employer announcing your hire.  You give them a phone call and say "hey guys, I'm having some second thoughts about this with my family, please give me a few days to make sure we're all set."

But no, since a team will fire a coach for poor performance it totally justifies McDaniels screwing over multiple people, including his own friends, because he got cold feet.
 
2018-02-07 07:46:26 AM  

HideAndGoFarkYourself: skinink: Why is this such a big deal when a coaching candidate reneges on a deal? Teams will fire coaches in a heartbeat. Good for Josh doing what's best for him.

And maybe the Colts should have done a better job caring for Luck. I just read some articles which state no one still has a clear idea where Andrew stands in his recovery.

Well, because for three weeks he's been the choice.  He agreed to a contract, and while not signed, he'd still agreed to become the Colts coach.  In doing so the Colts stopped interviewing the other talented coaching candidates on their list, all of whom have other jobs now because Josh McDaniels was the guy.  Coaches from other organizations, Matt Elberfus for one, left their jobs to join McDaniels on staff in Indy.  Elberfus signed a contract yesterday, all while McDaniels was wavering in his commitment to taking the job he'd agreed to take.  McDaniels knew he was second guessing himself, yet apparently made no mention of it to the Colts until the last minute.  He allowed the Colts to coordinate Irsay's plane picking up McDaniels and his family, set a press conference for the next day, etc.  All to back out 16 hours before he was to be introduced as coach.

Why is it a big deal? Because you don't do that in a professional environment.  You don't do that to the guys you had already hired to join your staff.  If you're having second thoughts about taking a job, then you don't schedule a farking press conference with your new employer announcing your hire.  You give them a phone call and say "hey guys, I'm having some second thoughts about this with my family, please give me a few days to make sure we're all set."

But no, since a team will fire a coach for poor performance it totally justifies McDaniels screwing over multiple people, including his own friends, because he got cold feet.


 No contract=Nothing,nada,zip, zilch. It's too funny, fark the Colts-like Mcdaniels did!
 
2018-02-07 08:11:29 AM  

BigSquibowski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: skinink: Why is this such a big deal when a coaching candidate reneges on a deal? Teams will fire coaches in a heartbeat. Good for Josh doing what's best for him.

And maybe the Colts should have done a better job caring for Luck. I just read some articles which state no one still has a clear idea where Andrew stands in his recovery.

Well, because for three weeks he's been the choice.  He agreed to a contract, and while not signed, he'd still agreed to become the Colts coach.  In doing so the Colts stopped interviewing the other talented coaching candidates on their list, all of whom have other jobs now because Josh McDaniels was the guy.  Coaches from other organizations, Matt Elberfus for one, left their jobs to join McDaniels on staff in Indy.  Elberfus signed a contract yesterday, all while McDaniels was wavering in his commitment to taking the job he'd agreed to take.  McDaniels knew he was second guessing himself, yet apparently made no mention of it to the Colts until the last minute.  He allowed the Colts to coordinate Irsay's plane picking up McDaniels and his family, set a press conference for the next day, etc.  All to back out 16 hours before he was to be introduced as coach.

Why is it a big deal? Because you don't do that in a professional environment.  You don't do that to the guys you had already hired to join your staff.  If you're having second thoughts about taking a job, then you don't schedule a farking press conference with your new employer announcing your hire.  You give them a phone call and say "hey guys, I'm having some second thoughts about this with my family, please give me a few days to make sure we're all set."

But no, since a team will fire a coach for poor performance it totally justifies McDaniels screwing over multiple people, including his own friends, because he got cold feet.

 No contract=Nothing,nada,zip, zilch. It's too funny, fark the Colts-like Mcdaniels did!


Legally, he's in the clear. Professional, this was a douche move.
 
2018-02-07 08:12:00 AM  

BigSquibowski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: skinink: Why is this such a big deal when a coaching candidate reneges on a deal? Teams will fire coaches in a heartbeat. Good for Josh doing what's best for him.

And maybe the Colts should have done a better job caring for Luck. I just read some articles which state no one still has a clear idea where Andrew stands in his recovery.

Well, because for three weeks he's been the choice.  He agreed to a contract, and while not signed, he'd still agreed to become the Colts coach.  In doing so the Colts stopped interviewing the other talented coaching candidates on their list, all of whom have other jobs now because Josh McDaniels was the guy.  Coaches from other organizations, Matt Elberfus for one, left their jobs to join McDaniels on staff in Indy.  Elberfus signed a contract yesterday, all while McDaniels was wavering in his commitment to taking the job he'd agreed to take.  McDaniels knew he was second guessing himself, yet apparently made no mention of it to the Colts until the last minute.  He allowed the Colts to coordinate Irsay's plane picking up McDaniels and his family, set a press conference for the next day, etc.  All to back out 16 hours before he was to be introduced as coach.

Why is it a big deal? Because you don't do that in a professional environment.  You don't do that to the guys you had already hired to join your staff.  If you're having second thoughts about taking a job, then you don't schedule a farking press conference with your new employer announcing your hire.  You give them a phone call and say "hey guys, I'm having some second thoughts about this with my family, please give me a few days to make sure we're all set."

But no, since a team will fire a coach for poor performance it totally justifies McDaniels screwing over multiple people, including his own friends, because he got cold feet.

 No contract=Nothing,nada,zip, zilch. It's too funny, fark the Colts-like Mcdaniels did!


Spoken like a true dickheaded pats fan
 
2018-02-07 08:18:22 AM  

BigSquibowski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: skinink: Why is this such a big deal when a coaching candidate reneges on a deal? Teams will fire coaches in a heartbeat. Good for Josh doing what's best for him.

And maybe the Colts should have done a better job caring for Luck. I just read some articles which state no one still has a clear idea where Andrew stands in his recovery.

Well, because for three weeks he's been the choice.  He agreed to a contract, and while not signed, he'd still agreed to become the Colts coach.  In doing so the Colts stopped interviewing the other talented coaching candidates on their list, all of whom have other jobs now because Josh McDaniels was the guy.  Coaches from other organizations, Matt Elberfus for one, left their jobs to join McDaniels on staff in Indy.  Elberfus signed a contract yesterday, all while McDaniels was wavering in his commitment to taking the job he'd agreed to take.  McDaniels knew he was second guessing himself, yet apparently made no mention of it to the Colts until the last minute.  He allowed the Colts to coordinate Irsay's plane picking up McDaniels and his family, set a press conference for the next day, etc.  All to back out 16 hours before he was to be introduced as coach.

Why is it a big deal? Because you don't do that in a professional environment.  You don't do that to the guys you had already hired to join your staff.  If you're having second thoughts about taking a job, then you don't schedule a farking press conference with your new employer announcing your hire.  You give them a phone call and say "hey guys, I'm having some second thoughts about this with my family, please give me a few days to make sure we're all set."

But no, since a team will fire a coach for poor performance it totally justifies McDaniels screwing over multiple people, including his own friends, because he got cold feet.

 No contract=Nothing,nada,zip, zilch. It's too funny, fark the Colts-like Mcdaniels did!


It's always good when Pats fans show up and redemonstrate how classless they actually are.  You'd be crying in your Tom Brady pillowcase if somebody did to the Patriots what McDaniels did to the Colts.
 
2018-02-07 08:19:52 AM  
I'll enjoy it when Bill does retire and Kraft kicks this idiot to the curb two minutes later.
 
2018-02-07 08:23:31 AM  

HideAndGoFarkYourself: BigSquibowski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: skinink: Why is this such a big deal when a coaching candidate reneges on a deal? Teams will fire coaches in a heartbeat. Good for Josh doing what's best for him.

And maybe the Colts should have done a better job caring for Luck. I just read some articles which state no one still has a clear idea where Andrew stands in his recovery.

Well, because for three weeks he's been the choice.  He agreed to a contract, and while not signed, he'd still agreed to become the Colts coach.  In doing so the Colts stopped interviewing the other talented coaching candidates on their list, all of whom have other jobs now because Josh McDaniels was the guy.  Coaches from other organizations, Matt Elberfus for one, left their jobs to join McDaniels on staff in Indy.  Elberfus signed a contract yesterday, all while McDaniels was wavering in his commitment to taking the job he'd agreed to take.  McDaniels knew he was second guessing himself, yet apparently made no mention of it to the Colts until the last minute.  He allowed the Colts to coordinate Irsay's plane picking up McDaniels and his family, set a press conference for the next day, etc.  All to back out 16 hours before he was to be introduced as coach.

Why is it a big deal? Because you don't do that in a professional environment.  You don't do that to the guys you had already hired to join your staff.  If you're having second thoughts about taking a job, then you don't schedule a farking press conference with your new employer announcing your hire.  You give them a phone call and say "hey guys, I'm having some second thoughts about this with my family, please give me a few days to make sure we're all set."

But no, since a team will fire a coach for poor performance it totally justifies McDaniels screwing over multiple people, including his own friends, because he got cold feet.

 No contract=Nothing,nada,zip, zilch. It's too funny, fark the Colts-like Mcdaniels did!

It's always good when P ...


EL-OH-EL, you're butthurt is showing.
 
2018-02-07 08:24:57 AM  

HideAndGoFarkYourself: BigSquibowski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: skinink: Why is this such a big deal when a coaching candidate reneges on a deal? Teams will fire coaches in a heartbeat. Good for Josh doing what's best for him.

And maybe the Colts should have done a better job caring for Luck. I just read some articles which state no one still has a clear idea where Andrew stands in his recovery.

Well, because for three weeks he's been the choice.  He agreed to a contract, and while not signed, he'd still agreed to become the Colts coach.  In doing so the Colts stopped interviewing the other talented coaching candidates on their list, all of whom have other jobs now because Josh McDaniels was the guy.  Coaches from other organizations, Matt Elberfus for one, left their jobs to join McDaniels on staff in Indy.  Elberfus signed a contract yesterday, all while McDaniels was wavering in his commitment to taking the job he'd agreed to take.  McDaniels knew he was second guessing himself, yet apparently made no mention of it to the Colts until the last minute.  He allowed the Colts to coordinate Irsay's plane picking up McDaniels and his family, set a press conference for the next day, etc.  All to back out 16 hours before he was to be introduced as coach.

Why is it a big deal? Because you don't do that in a professional environment.  You don't do that to the guys you had already hired to join your staff.  If you're having second thoughts about taking a job, then you don't schedule a farking press conference with your new employer announcing your hire.  You give them a phone call and say "hey guys, I'm having some second thoughts about this with my family, please give me a few days to make sure we're all set."

But no, since a team will fire a coach for poor performance it totally justifies McDaniels screwing over multiple people, including his own friends, because he got cold feet.

 No contract=Nothing,nada,zip, zilch. It's too funny, fark the Colts-like Mcdaniels did!

It's always good when P ...


jackandwater: BigSquibowski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: skinink: Why is this such a big deal when a coaching candidate reneges on a deal? Teams will fire coaches in a heartbeat. Good for Josh doing what's best for him.

And maybe the Colts should have done a better job caring for Luck. I just read some articles which state no one still has a clear idea where Andrew stands in his recovery.

Well, because for three weeks he's been the choice.  He agreed to a contract, and while not signed, he'd still agreed to become the Colts coach.  In doing so the Colts stopped interviewing the other talented coaching candidates on their list, all of whom have other jobs now because Josh McDaniels was the guy.  Coaches from other organizations, Matt Elberfus for one, left their jobs to join McDaniels on staff in Indy.  Elberfus signed a contract yesterday, all while McDaniels was wavering in his commitment to taking the job he'd agreed to take.  McDaniels knew he was second guessing himself, yet apparently made no mention of it to the Colts until the last minute.  He allowed the Colts to coordinate Irsay's plane picking up McDaniels and his family, set a press conference for the next day, etc.  All to back out 16 hours before he was to be introduced as coach.

Why is it a big deal? Because you don't do that in a professional environment.  You don't do that to the guys you had already hired to join your staff.  If you're having second thoughts about taking a job, then you don't schedule a farking press conference with your new employer announcing your hire.  You give them a phone call and say "hey guys, I'm having some second thoughts about this with my family, please give me a few days to make sure we're all set."

But no, since a team will fire a coach for poor performance it totally justifies McDaniels screwing over multiple people, including his own friends, because he got cold feet.

 No contract=Nothing,nada,zip, zilch. It's too funny, fark the Colts-like Mcdaniels did!

Spoken like a true dick ...


It ain't my fault Irsay and Co. blew their wad early. Typical cokehead.
 
2018-02-07 08:26:53 AM  

Marbleisheavy: Tis better to get to the superb owl and lose than to never get there at all, apparently.


img.fark.netView Full Size
 
2018-02-07 08:27:05 AM  

BigSquibowski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: BigSquibowski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: skinink: Why is this such a big deal when a coaching candidate reneges on a deal? Teams will fire coaches in a heartbeat. Good for Josh doing what's best for him.

And maybe the Colts should have done a better job caring for Luck. I just read some articles which state no one still has a clear idea where Andrew stands in his recovery.

Well, because for three weeks he's been the choice.  He agreed to a contract, and while not signed, he'd still agreed to become the Colts coach.  In doing so the Colts stopped interviewing the other talented coaching candidates on their list, all of whom have other jobs now because Josh McDaniels was the guy.  Coaches from other organizations, Matt Elberfus for one, left their jobs to join McDaniels on staff in Indy.  Elberfus signed a contract yesterday, all while McDaniels was wavering in his commitment to taking the job he'd agreed to take.  McDaniels knew he was second guessing himself, yet apparently made no mention of it to the Colts until the last minute.  He allowed the Colts to coordinate Irsay's plane picking up McDaniels and his family, set a press conference for the next day, etc.  All to back out 16 hours before he was to be introduced as coach.

Why is it a big deal? Because you don't do that in a professional environment.  You don't do that to the guys you had already hired to join your staff.  If you're having second thoughts about taking a job, then you don't schedule a farking press conference with your new employer announcing your hire.  You give them a phone call and say "hey guys, I'm having some second thoughts about this with my family, please give me a few days to make sure we're all set."

But no, since a team will fire a coach for poor performance it totally justifies McDaniels screwing over multiple people, including his own friends, because he got cold feet.

 No contract=Nothing,nada,zip, zilch. It's too funny, fark the Colts-like Mcdaniels did!

...


Also when they show how uneducated they are.
 
2018-02-07 08:29:07 AM  

HideAndGoFarkYourself: BigSquibowski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: BigSquibowski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: skinink: Why is this such a big deal when a coaching candidate reneges on a deal? Teams will fire coaches in a heartbeat. Good for Josh doing what's best for him.

And maybe the Colts should have done a better job caring for Luck. I just read some articles which state no one still has a clear idea where Andrew stands in his recovery.

Well, because for three weeks he's been the choice.  He agreed to a contract, and while not signed, he'd still agreed to become the Colts coach.  In doing so the Colts stopped interviewing the other talented coaching candidates on their list, all of whom have other jobs now because Josh McDaniels was the guy.  Coaches from other organizations, Matt Elberfus for one, left their jobs to join McDaniels on staff in Indy.  Elberfus signed a contract yesterday, all while McDaniels was wavering in his commitment to taking the job he'd agreed to take.  McDaniels knew he was second guessing himself, yet apparently made no mention of it to the Colts until the last minute.  He allowed the Colts to coordinate Irsay's plane picking up McDaniels and his family, set a press conference for the next day, etc.  All to back out 16 hours before he was to be introduced as coach.

Why is it a big deal? Because you don't do that in a professional environment.  You don't do that to the guys you had already hired to join your staff.  If you're having second thoughts about taking a job, then you don't schedule a farking press conference with your new employer announcing your hire.  You give them a phone call and say "hey guys, I'm having some second thoughts about this with my family, please give me a few days to make sure we're all set."

But no, since a team will fire a coach for poor performance it totally justifies McDaniels screwing over multiple people, including his own friends, because he got cold feet.

 No contract=Nothing,nada,zip, zilch. It's too funny, fark the Colts-like M ...


That's rich coming from someone employed in a field that won't accept intelligent people.
 
2018-02-07 08:35:21 AM  

BigSquibowski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: BigSquibowski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: BigSquibowski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: skinink: Why is this such a big deal when a coaching candidate reneges on a deal? Teams will fire coaches in a heartbeat. Good for Josh doing what's best for him.

And maybe the Colts should have done a better job caring for Luck. I just read some articles which state no one still has a clear idea where Andrew stands in his recovery.

Well, because for three weeks he's been the choice.  He agreed to a contract, and while not signed, he'd still agreed to become the Colts coach.  In doing so the Colts stopped interviewing the other talented coaching candidates on their list, all of whom have other jobs now because Josh McDaniels was the guy.  Coaches from other organizations, Matt Elberfus for one, left their jobs to join McDaniels on staff in Indy.  Elberfus signed a contract yesterday, all while McDaniels was wavering in his commitment to taking the job he'd agreed to take.  McDaniels knew he was second guessing himself, yet apparently made no mention of it to the Colts until the last minute.  He allowed the Colts to coordinate Irsay's plane picking up McDaniels and his family, set a press conference for the next day, etc.  All to back out 16 hours before he was to be introduced as coach.

Why is it a big deal? Because you don't do that in a professional environment.  You don't do that to the guys you had already hired to join your staff.  If you're having second thoughts about taking a job, then you don't schedule a farking press conference with your new employer announcing your hire.  You give them a phone call and say "hey guys, I'm having some second thoughts about this with my family, please give me a few days to make sure we're all set."

But no, since a team will fire a coach for poor performance it totally justifies McDaniels screwing over multiple people, including his own friends, because he got cold feet.

 No contract=Nothing,nada,zip, zilch. It's too funny ...


Yet I know the difference between your and you're.  So...
 
2018-02-07 08:36:09 AM  

BigSquibowski: EL-OH-EL, you're butthurt is showing.


img.fark.netView Full Size
 
2018-02-07 08:42:51 AM  

HideAndGoFarkYourself: BigSquibowski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: BigSquibowski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: BigSquibowski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: skinink: Why is this such a big deal when a coaching candidate reneges on a deal? Teams will fire coaches in a heartbeat. Good for Josh doing what's best for him.

And maybe the Colts should have done a better job caring for Luck. I just read some articles which state no one still has a clear idea where Andrew stands in his recovery.

Well, because for three weeks he's been the choice.  He agreed to a contract, and while not signed, he'd still agreed to become the Colts coach.  In doing so the Colts stopped interviewing the other talented coaching candidates on their list, all of whom have other jobs now because Josh McDaniels was the guy.  Coaches from other organizations, Matt Elberfus for one, left their jobs to join McDaniels on staff in Indy.  Elberfus signed a contract yesterday, all while McDaniels was wavering in his commitment to taking the job he'd agreed to take.  McDaniels knew he was second guessing himself, yet apparently made no mention of it to the Colts until the last minute.  He allowed the Colts to coordinate Irsay's plane picking up McDaniels and his family, set a press conference for the next day, etc.  All to back out 16 hours before he was to be introduced as coach.

Why is it a big deal? Because you don't do that in a professional environment.  You don't do that to the guys you had already hired to join your staff.  If you're having second thoughts about taking a job, then you don't schedule a farking press conference with your new employer announcing your hire.  You give them a phone call and say "hey guys, I'm having some second thoughts about this with my family, please give me a few days to make sure we're all set."

But no, since a team will fire a coach for poor performance it totally justifies McDaniels screwing over multiple people, including his own friends, because he got cold feet.

 No contract=Nothing,nada,zip, zilch. ...


Yet still can't recognize a autocorrect typo.
 
2018-02-07 08:49:23 AM  

BigSquibowski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: BigSquibowski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: BigSquibowski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: BigSquibowski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: skinink: Why is this such a big deal when a coaching candidate reneges on a deal? Teams will fire coaches in a heartbeat. Good for Josh doing what's best for him.

And maybe the Colts should have done a better job caring for Luck. I just read some articles which state no one still has a clear idea where Andrew stands in his recovery.

Well, because for three weeks he's been the choice.  He agreed to a contract, and while not signed, he'd still agreed to become the Colts coach.  In doing so the Colts stopped interviewing the other talented coaching candidates on their list, all of whom have other jobs now because Josh McDaniels was the guy.  Coaches from other organizations, Matt Elberfus for one, left their jobs to join McDaniels on staff in Indy.  Elberfus signed a contract yesterday, all while McDaniels was wavering in his commitment to taking the job he'd agreed to take.  McDaniels knew he was second guessing himself, yet apparently made no mention of it to the Colts until the last minute.  He allowed the Colts to coordinate Irsay's plane picking up McDaniels and his family, set a press conference for the next day, etc.  All to back out 16 hours before he was to be introduced as coach.

Why is it a big deal? Because you don't do that in a professional environment.  You don't do that to the guys you had already hired to join your staff.  If you're having second thoughts about taking a job, then you don't schedule a farking press conference with your new employer announcing your hire.  You give them a phone call and say "hey guys, I'm having some second thoughts about this with my family, please give me a few days to make sure we're all set."

But no, since a team will fire a coach for poor performance it totally justifies McDaniels screwing over multiple people, including his own friends, because he got cold feet.

 No contract=N ...


A autocorrect? I quit. Just owned myself.
 
2018-02-07 08:50:53 AM  
No integrity. That asshole got other people to leave their jobs and sign contracts in Indy then just left them hanging. All the stories about Denver and St. Louis are true. Once a loser, always a loser.
 
2018-02-07 08:51:06 AM  
Autocorrect changes misspellings and assumed misspellings of uncommon words; it doesn't change good grammar to poor grammar.  That's all you.
 
2018-02-07 08:56:50 AM  

BigSquibowski: BigSquibowski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: BigSquibowski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: BigSquibowski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: BigSquibowski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: skinink: Why is this such a big deal when a coaching candidate reneges on a deal? Teams will fire coaches in a heartbeat. Good for Josh doing what's best for him.

And maybe the Colts should have done a better job caring for Luck. I just read some articles which state no one still has a clear idea where Andrew stands in his recovery.

Well, because for three weeks he's been the choice.  He agreed to a contract, and while not signed, he'd still agreed to become the Colts coach.  In doing so the Colts stopped interviewing the other talented coaching candidates on their list, all of whom have other jobs now because Josh McDaniels was the guy.  Coaches from other organizations, Matt Elberfus for one, left their jobs to join McDaniels on staff in Indy.  Elberfus signed a contract yesterday, all while McDaniels was wavering in his commitment to taking the job he'd agreed to take.  McDaniels knew he was second guessing himself, yet apparently made no mention of it to the Colts until the last minute.  He allowed the Colts to coordinate Irsay's plane picking up McDaniels and his family, set a press conference for the next day, etc.  All to back out 16 hours before he was to be introduced as coach.

Why is it a big deal? Because you don't do that in a professional environment.  You don't do that to the guys you had already hired to join your staff.  If you're having second thoughts about taking a job, then you don't schedule a farking press conference with your new employer announcing your hire.  You give them a phone call and say "hey guys, I'm having some second thoughts about this with my family, please give me a few days to make sure we're all set."

But no, since a team will fire a coach for poor performance it totally justifies McDaniels screwing over multiple people, including his own friends, because he got cold feet.

 No contract=N ...

A autocorrect? I quit. Just owned myself.


Oh hi!

;-)
 
2018-02-07 08:59:49 AM  

johnny_vegas: BigSquibowski: BigSquibowski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: BigSquibowski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: BigSquibowski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: BigSquibowski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: skinink: Why is this such a big deal when a coaching candidate reneges on a deal? Teams will fire coaches in a heartbeat. Good for Josh doing what's best for him.

And maybe the Colts should have done a better job caring for Luck. I just read some articles which state no one still has a clear idea where Andrew stands in his recovery.

Well, because for three weeks he's been the choice.  He agreed to a contract, and while not signed, he'd still agreed to become the Colts coach.  In doing so the Colts stopped interviewing the other talented coaching candidates on their list, all of whom have other jobs now because Josh McDaniels was the guy.  Coaches from other organizations, Matt Elberfus for one, left their jobs to join McDaniels on staff in Indy.  Elberfus signed a contract yesterday, all while McDaniels was wavering in his commitment to taking the job he'd agreed to take.  McDaniels knew he was second guessing himself, yet apparently made no mention of it to the Colts until the last minute.  He allowed the Colts to coordinate Irsay's plane picking up McDaniels and his family, set a press conference for the next day, etc.  All to back out 16 hours before he was to be introduced as coach.

Why is it a big deal? Because you don't do that in a professional environment.  You don't do that to the guys you had already hired to join your staff.  If you're having second thoughts about taking a job, then you don't schedule a farking press conference with your new employer announcing your hire.  You give them a phone call and say "hey guys, I'm having some second thoughts about this with my family, please give me a few days to make sure we're all set."

But no, since a team will fire a coach for poor performance it totally justifies McDaniels screwing over multiple people, including his own friends, because he ...


Hey! Congrats! Your guys brought it big time and played a helluva game.
 
2018-02-07 09:01:09 AM  

HideAndGoFarkYourself: Autocorrect changes misspellings and assumed misspellings of uncommon words; it doesn't change good grammar to poor grammar.  That's all you.


Never heard of swype or predictive text? As usual a pig assumes wrong, how shocking.
 
2018-02-07 09:01:20 AM  

HideAndGoFarkYourself: BigSquibowski: HideAndGoFarkYourself: skinink: Why is this such a big deal when a coaching candidate reneges on a deal? Teams will fire coaches in a heartbeat. Good for Josh doing what's best for him.

And maybe the Colts should have done a better job caring for Luck. I just read some articles which state no one still has a clear idea where Andrew stands in his recovery.

Well, because for three weeks he's been the choice.  He agreed to a contract, and while not signed, he'd still agreed to become the Colts coach.  In doing so the Colts stopped interviewing the other talented coaching candidates on their list, all of whom have other jobs now because Josh McDaniels was the guy.  Coaches from other organizations, Matt Elberfus for one, left their jobs to join McDaniels on staff in Indy.  Elberfus signed a contract yesterday, all while McDaniels was wavering in his commitment to taking the job he'd agreed to take.  McDaniels knew he was second guessing himself, yet apparently made no mention of it to the Colts until the last minute.  He allowed the Colts to coordinate Irsay's plane picking up McDaniels and his family, set a press conference for the next day, etc.  All to back out 16 hours before he was to be introduced as coach.

Why is it a big deal? Because you don't do that in a professional environment.  You don't do that to the guys you had already hired to join your staff.  If you're having second thoughts about taking a job, then you don't schedule a farking press conference with your new employer announcing your hire.  You give them a phone call and say "hey guys, I'm having some second thoughts about this with my family, please give me a few days to make sure we're all set."

But no, since a team will fire a coach for poor performance it totally justifies McDaniels screwing over multiple people, including his own friends, because he got cold feet.

 No contract=Nothing,nada,zip, zilch. It's too funny, fark the Colts-like Mcdaniels did!

It's always good when Pats fans show up and redemonstrate how classless they actually are.  You'd be crying in your Tom Brady pillowcase if somebody did to the Patriots what McDaniels did to the Colts.


Awwww did josh hurt your widdle feewings?

Now I know it's because Kraft promised him the gig when Bill leaves soon but it would still be great if this was a giant middle finger to the Colts and deflategate.

Colts can eat shiat, and if they don't know how they can go ask those vile fans in Philly
 
Displayed 50 of 147 comments


Oldest | « | 1 | 2 | 3 | » | Newest | Show all


View Voting Results: Smartest and Funniest

This thread is closed to new comments.

Continue Farking

On Twitter





Top Commented
Javascript is required to view headlines in widget.
  1. Links are submitted by members of the Fark community.

  2. When community members submit a link, they also write a custom headline for the story.

  3. Other Farkers comment on the links. This is the number of comments. Click here to read them.

  4. Click here to submit a link.

Report