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Published: Jan. 15, 2018 at 04:54 p.m.

Mind-boggling stats: Josh McDaniels

Patriots offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Josh McDaniels has been with the Patriots for 14 seasons, earning 5 Super Bowl victories during that time and leading the Patriots offense through sustained success. Since parting ways with head coach Chuck Pagano, the Indianapolis Colts are expected to hire McDaniels following the 2017 NFL Season.

Take a look at some of the Mind-Boggling stats of McDaniels' career with the Broncos and the Patriots as well as the current situation in Indy.

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  • During his tenure as the head coach of the Denver Broncos during the 2009 and 2010 seasons, McDaniels experienced instant success, wining his first six games. The last 22 games however, told a much different tale with McDaniels going 5-17. 6

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    At the helm

    During his tenure as the head coach of the Denver Broncos during the 2009 and 2010 seasons, McDaniels experienced instant success, wining his first six games. The last 22 games however, told a much different tale with McDaniels going 5-17.

  • With the Patriots, McDaniels is a five-time Super Bowl Champion. McDaniels won Super Bowls XXXVI (36) and XXXVIII (38) as a Patriots assistant, Super Bowl XXXIX (39) as the Patriots quarterback coach, and Super Bowls XLIX (49) and LI (51) as the Patriots offensive coordinator. 5

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    Super champ

    With the Patriots, McDaniels is a five-time Super Bowl Champion. McDaniels won Super Bowls XXXVI (36) and XXXVIII (38) as a Patriots assistant, Super Bowl XXXIX (39) as the Patriots quarterback coach, and Super Bowls XLIX (49) and LI (51) as the Patriots offensive coordinator.

  • Upon his return to the Patriots in 2012, McDaniels has overseen one of the NFL's most productive offenses. Since 2012, the Patriots have led the league with the highest points per game (29.5), red zone touchdown percentages (62.1%), and have the least turnovers (86). 4

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    Leading the league

    Upon his return to the Patriots in 2012, McDaniels has overseen one of the NFL's most productive offenses. Since 2012, the Patriots have led the league with the highest points per game (29.5), red zone touchdown percentages (62.1%), and have the least turnovers (86).

  • The Colts have struggled offensively this season, trailing the league in many offensive categories. The Colts ranked 30th in the league for points per game (16.4), 31st in total yards per game (284.6), 30th in total passing yards per game (180.8), last in yards per play (4.6), and 31st in red zone touchdown percentage (40.0). 3

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    Trailing the league

    The Colts have struggled offensively this season, trailing the league in many offensive categories. The Colts ranked 30th in the league for points per game (16.4), 31st in total yards per game (284.6), 30th in total passing yards per game (180.8), last in yards per play (4.6), and 31st in red zone touchdown percentage (40.0).

  • With McDaniels calling the plays, Tom Brady has been the NFL's most productive quarterback over the last four seasons. Since 2014, Brady leads the league with the most QB Wins (48), passing touchdowns (129), touchdown-interception ratio (129-46), and passer rating (103.0). 2

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    Better together

    With McDaniels calling the plays, Tom Brady has been the NFL's most productive quarterback over the last four seasons. Since 2014, Brady leads the league with the most QB Wins (48), passing touchdowns (129), touchdown-interception ratio (129-46), and passer rating (103.0).

  • However, the Colts offense have been significantly better with Luck healthy. Since 2012, the Colts have been 43-27 with Luck in the game and 10-16 with Luck on the sidelines. The Colts also gain more than 80 more yards per game with Luck playing than without (369.0 vs. 287.3). 1

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    Luck on their side

    However, the Colts offense have been significantly better with Luck healthy. Since 2012, the Colts have been 43-27 with Luck in the game and 10-16 with Luck on the sidelines. The Colts also gain more than 80 more yards per game with Luck playing than without (369.0 vs. 287.3).

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