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Title: According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network
Post by: zhangzk on Sep 10, 19, 11:34:01 PM
At a time when minority hiring for coaching jobs has ebbed David Montgomery Jersey ( , the Saints are taking a step to put a new face in the pipeline. the Saints have hired D.J. Williams as an offensive quality control coach to work in the quarterbacks room.D.J. is the son of former NFL quarterback and Washington executive Doug Williams. He played at Grambling, and had a few tryouts with NFL teams.And while quality control jobs are the lowest rung of the coaching ladder, there's a clear lack of minority candidates in the offensive positions which teams are currently picking most of their offensive coaches from.According to Tim Graham's comprehensive look at the issue for , there were previously only eight minorities among the 42 specified offensive quality control positions ( , and five of the 36 quarterbacks coaches or assistants at the position were minorities (although there are 12 men who never played the position in college or the pros among that number).The lack of minority candidates in the mix for offensive jobs is something that advocates are trying to change, and the coming Quarterback Summit at Morehouse College is another way of identifying promising young coaches. At points in the days leading up to Super Bowl LIII, players from the Patriots and Rams were asked about what kind of factor their difference in Super Bowl experience might make in Sunday's game.The Rams are relative newcomers to these kinds of matchups, but the Patriots were in the game for the third time in the last four years and they've been playing tight postseason games for most of the last two decades. Wide receiver Chris Hogan was asked if playing so many of them gave the team an edge on Sunday night."It has helped a lot, you know? We have been in these situations so many times before in big games and we don't really blink Shareef Miller Jersey ( ," Hogan said. "We practice these situations, we run these situations, we know how to execute in these situations -- that is what it comes down to. Four minute drives and trying to end a football game, take care of the ball, run-blocking and doing all of the fundamentals when it really counts and we have been in this situation before and it just helps."The Patriots were frustrated offensively for most of the night ( , but the defense kept that from causing too much harm and they came up with plays in the fourth quarter that allowed them to put the win away. Whether that was a byproduct of their experience, adjustments to what the Rams were doing or a combination of both, it was enough to make the Patriots Super Bowl champions once again.