Josh McDaniels will no longer be calling the plays for the Denver Broncos, but the offense likely won't look very different when the team takes the field Sunday at Arizona for its first game since McDaniels was fired from his job as head coach.
"We're not really changing our routine here. We're going by and sticking to what we've done all year long," offensive coordinator Mike McCoy said today. "It's worked offensively for us and guys have done a good job executing the system, so we're going to continue to do that."
The offense that McDaniels created and called is ranked No. 11 in the NFL, at an average of 357.6 yards per game.
McCoy will now handle play-calling duties, which he will do from the sideline. It will be his first time calling the entire game, though he said he did some play-calling for Carolina when he was quarterbacks coach for the Panthers between 2003-2006.