Why is Bill Belichick unable to decide who will be the offensive play-caller this upcoming season?

Unless Bill Belichick is holding something secret until he doesn’t decide about his coaching staff, according to the report, Bill Belichick doesn’t determine who will be the offensive play-caller for the upcoming season. Josh McDaniels had some work last season. So, he departed this offseason to become the head coach of the Las Vegas Raider.

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Bill Belichick is now facing a problem in deciding who will be taking the place of Josh McDaniels.It’s reportedly down to Matt Patricia and Joe judge. Henry Coffey McKenna said he listened to the same thing as @MikeReiss on the patriot’s offensive play-calling.

Why is Bill Belichick unable to decide who will be the offensive play-caller this upcoming season?

From the side of Bill Belichick, he didn’t make any decisions.
According to Henry Coffey McKenna, It may come down to a contest during training camp. The top competitors are Matt Patricia and Joe Judge.

One fascinating notion fans have floated around is allotting the play-calling responsibilities to longtime backup quarterback Brian Hoyer. After all, he understands the offense and has a significant relationship with Mac Jones.

According to the fan, they should allow Brian Hoyer. None of this staff understands the playbook better than he does. Not to mention that he has a significant relationship with Mac Jones.”It’s uncertain whether Belichick goes such a route, but it’s a fascinating idea.

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