I have no intention to attribute quotes to anyone, so I'll paraphrase my thought here: the true measure of a great person is how they maintain their composure in a time of adversity or affliction.
Although I wasn't in the mood last Monday evening, I watched Josh McDaniels' press conference and was impressed with the stoic resoluteness he showed when facing the press after our disappointing loss to the Steelers.
To me, there is no doubt he is in control and whether the quarterback is Kyle Orton, Chris Simms, Tom Brandstater or whoever, he'll be able to win. This man is a winner. Losing has never been part of his DNA, nor do I expect that to start now.
I'm sure geniuses on MHR know this, but in case you're not one of them, here's something that should be well-known. John Carroll University, a small Jesuit institution of higher learning in suburban Cleveland, not only brought the NFL Josh McDaniels, but Don Shula, as well. For good measure, another JCU alum who will figure this weekend is Washington Redskins tackling machine London Fletcher.
So, while we were disappointed to lose Monday, the time has come to reassert ourselves as contenders in the AFC and there is no better man to lead us there than Josh McDaniels. This Thanksgiving, let us all be grateful for our marvelous coach who will lead us back to our rightful place atop the AFC and later, the NFL. Thanks as always for reading and of course, GO BRONCOS!!!