Somewhere out there, in the infinite possibilities of the multiverse, Josh McDaniels isn't moving back in with Bill Bellichick's parents. He's in Denver, maybe, watching Tim Tebow, his pride and joy, throw for 300 yards on 20 pass attempts and win an overtime playoff game with a perfect throw to Demaryius Thomas, his other pride and joy, the Broncos on their way to beating his old bosses in New England. It is, I'd have to imagine, a happier Josh McDaniels than the one we see now.â†µ
Obviously, I'm not sure McDaniels would have had it in him to, at one point, eliminate passing almost entirely from the Broncos' gameplan—and it's clear that the Broncos' vastly improved defense had more to do with their playoff berth than their weird, terrifying offense.
But since we live in the universe where Josh McDaniels is drunkenly telling some people at an airport Bennigans in Boston that he discovered those guys, that that could be him up there, I just thought I'd give some credit to the other, happier McDanielses the multiverse over.â†µ