I think you can Google his tenure in Denver and find a complete list. In summation, it speaks to a power-hungry coach who was a poor evaluator of talent (both pro and college), ruled everything with an iron fist, dispatched anyone that did not fall into line with him, and did not produce results. He was the only coach I can think of in my lifetime that I honestly thought was going to be fired 30 days after he was hired, without ever putting a team on the field.
The only coach I can think of that arguably can outdo what McDaniels did in Denver was Schiano in Tampa, who adds the qualifications that he didn't know NFL rules and thus regularly looked like a buffoon during games to his list of credentials.
And for those thinking McDaniels may have matured since Denver, then add the Indy situation.
My guess is he winds up succeeding Belichick in New England, and fails miserably. That is, assuming we aren't stupid enough to hire him.
the filth that murdered terrence crutcher not only walked free, she was given a job training other cops how to get away with murder
this is your liberal reform at work. “cops need mental health training!!” this was classified as mental health training