The search for a new head coach is quite the experience.
Not for the people who are involved in the process Joe Flacco Jersey White , but for the fans. Though I’m sure the people who make the hire would agree it’s not something they would prefer to do that often. When teams make clear who the candidates are, fans begin the process of pondering who they favor and loathe. Since Vance Joseph was fired last Monday, fans of the Denver Broncos have done that with the five (known) candidates to become the organization’s 17th head coach. As it stands today, John Elway and the committee have done four interviews and have one left scheduled for Monday.To play off of that, here is how the MHR staff lists their favorite and least favorite candidates. Included is a bio for each with some background on who they are and where they come from. It’s not as extensive as the “get-to-knows” I did on each of the three candidates from the last search for a Broncos head coach, but there are two more candidates and it seems the interviews started quicker this go-round (that’s my excuse and I’m sticking to it).On the latest MHR Radio Podcast, Adam Malnati and I were joined by Ryan Edwards and Andrew Mason to ponder the strategy for the next Broncos head coach. We asked the hosts of First & 10 @ 10 on Orange & Blue 760 who their favorite is, and you’ll find out shortly who that was ... 1 — Vic Fangio The current defensive coordinator for the Chicago Bears is my and the staff’s choice to be Denver’s head coach. One of the big reasons is the success of his defense and the Godfather-like attitude he’ll bring to the Broncos locker room. The key is who Fangio’s coordinators are, especially on offense. But the way he coaches, his system and the respect he’s earned from players is incredibly enticing. When you consider the torment Patrick Mahomes will cause over the next decade or so, an “evil genius” like Fangio is crucial.Personal Birthdate: Aug. 22, 1958 Birth place: Dunmore, PA. Education: Dunmore High; East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania Coaching resume 1979-81: Dunmore High (defensive coordinator/linebackers coach)1982: Milford Academy (CT) (defensive coordinator)1984: Baltimore Stars (USFL) (defensive assistant)1986-94: New Orleans Saints (linebackers coach)1995–98: Carolina Panthers (defensive coordinator)1999–2001: Indianapolis Colts (defensive coordinator)2002–05: Houston Texans (defensive coordinator)2006–08: Baltimore Ravens (special assistant to head coach/defensive assistant)2009: Ravens (linebackers coach)2010: Stanford (defensive coordinator)2011–14: San Francisco 49ers (defensive coordinator)2015–present: Bears (defensive coordinator) Chicago defensive rankings in 2018Total yards per game allowed: Third (299.7)Rushing yards per game allowed: First (80.0)Passing yards per game allowed: Seventh (219.7)Points per game allowed: First (17.7) 2 — Mike Munchak The offensive line coach for the Pittsburgh Steelers was No. 2 for me and the staff. As noted earlier, Mase and Ryan both had Munchak as their favorite to become the Broncos next head coach on the podcast. After listening to both of them, it’s intriguing. Munchak is known to develop players, and he could improve one of the biggest issues in Denver for the last few years — the offensive line. Plus, the fact he’s spent some time in Pittsburgh will help him evolve and grow from his first stint as a head coach with the Tennessee Titans. Munchak is also a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame as an offensive lineman.Personal Birthdate: March 5, 1960 Birth place: Scranton, PA Education: Scranton High; Pennsylvania State University Coaching resume 1994-96: Houston Oilers (offensive assistant/quality control) 1997-2010: Titans (offensive line coach)2011-13: Titans (head coach) Head coach recordRegular season: 22-26 (.458)Postseason: No playoff gamesCareer record: 22-26 (.458)2014-present: Steelers (offensive line coach) Pittsburgh offensive rankings in 2018Total yards per game: Fourth (403.3)Rushing yards per game: Thirty-first (90.3)Passing yards per game: Second (313.0)Points per game: Tied for sixth (26.8) 3 — Zac Taylor Perhaps the biggest risk/reward candidate of the bunch. The current Los Angeles Rams quarterbacks coach is only 35, and you’re left to wonder if the hype has more to do with who Taylor works for — Sean McVay. There is potential Taylor could also become the offensive coordinator for one of the two guys listed above if they land the head coaching gig. The thought amongst some is, if Elway doesn’t go with Taylor now, he’ll miss out on him and we’ll see Taylor become the next McVay. Personal Birthdate: May 10, 1983 Birthplace: Norman, OKEducation: Norman High; Butler Community College (Kansas); University of NebraskaCoaching resume 2008-11: Texas A&M (graduate assistant) 2012: Miami Dolphins (assistant quarterbacks coach)2013-15: Dolphins (quarterbacks coach) 2015: Dolphins (offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach)2016: Cincinnati (offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach)2017: Rams (assistant wide receivers coach) 2018-present: Rams (quarterbacks coach)LA Rams offensive rankings in 2018Total yards per game: Second (421.1)Rushing yards per game: Third (139.4)Passing yards per game: Fifth (281.7)Points per game: Second (32.9)Tie — Chuck Pagano and Brian Flores The staff summoned the least amount of excitement for these two guys. It says something that there was a tie in our staff poll. For me, it was Pagano followed by Flores. As with Taylor, I wonder if Pagano could be the defensive coordinator for either Fangio or Munchak. In terms of Flores Womens Courtland Sutton Jersey , Broncos Country wants no part in another New England Patriots coordinator. Pagano personal Birthdate: Oct. 2, 1960 Birthplace: Boulder Education: Fairview High; University of Wyoming Coaching resume 1984-85: Southern California (graduate assistant) 1986: Miami (graduate assistant)1987-88: Boise State (linebackers coach)1989: East Carolina (defensive backs coach)1990: UNLV (defensive backs coach)1991: UNLV (defensive coordinator)1992-94: East Carolina (defensive backs/linebackers coach)1995-2000: Miami (defensive backs/special teams coach) 2001-04: Cleveland Browns (secondary coach)2005-06: Oakland Raiders (defensive backs coach)2007: North Carolina (defensive coordinator)2008-10: Ravens (secondary coach)2011: Ravens (defensive coordinator)2012-17: Colts (head coach)Regular season: 53-43 (.552)Postseason: 3-3 (.500)Career record: 56-46 (.549)Flores personal Birthdate: Feb. 24, 1981Birth place: Brooklyn, NY Education: Poly Prep Country Day School; Boston College Coaching resume 2004-05: New England Patriots (scouting assistant)2006-07: Patriots (pro scout) 2008-09: Patriots (special teams assistant) 2010: Patriots (assistant offense/special teams)2011: Patriots (defensive assistant)2012-15: Patriots (safeties coach)2016-18: Patriots (linebackers coach)2018-present: Patriots (defensive coordinator) New England defensive rankings in 2018Total yards per game allowed: Twenty-first (359.1)Rushing yards per game allowed: Eleventh (112.7)Passing yards per game allowed: Twenty-second (246.4)Points per game allowed: Seventh (20.3) Here is a comprehensive guide to the second day of the 2019 NFL Draft, from a Broncos perspective, including TV channel and scheduling information."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Broncos NewsBroncos Free AgencyBroncos DraftBroncos PodcastsBroncos 2019 ScheduleKey Offseason DatesCommunity RulesFull ArchiveBroncos StoriesScheduleRosterStatsOdds Shop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub 鉁旴reaking NewsBroncos 2019 Draft Class Announced脳Broncos Draft 20192019 NFL Draft Day 2: TV schedule, online stream, draft order and moreNew,7commentsHere is a comprehensive guide to the second day of the 2019 NFL Draft, from a Broncos perspective, including TV channel and scheduling information. 2019 NFL Draft Day 2: TV schedule, online stream, draft order and moreThe first round of the 2019 NFL Draft is in the books. Rounds 2 and 3 will begin tonight, then Rounds 4-7 will roll on through on Saturday.NFL Draft - First Round RecapThe Broncos traded back from their tenth overall position with the Pittsburgh Steelers for the 20th pick, the 52nd pick, and a third rounder in 2020. It was a good trade for the Broncos as they stood pat from there to select tight end Noah Fant out of Iowa. Here’s a recap of our coverage of the Broncos first round pick.When is Day 2 of the 2019 NFL Draft?Day 2: Rounds 2 & 3When: Friday April 26th at 5 p.m. Mile High timeTime per pick: 7 minutes for round 2; 5 minutes for round 3TV channels: ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, NFL Network, ESPN DeportesStreaming: NFL.com, FuboTVDay 3: Rounds 4 through 7When: Saturday April 27th at 10 a.m. Mile High timeTime per pick: 5 minutes for rounds 4-6; 4 minutes for round 7TV channels: ABC, ESPN, NFL Network, ESPN DeportesStreaming: NFL.com, FuboTVBroncos remaining draft picksRound 2: 41st-overall pickRound 2: 52nd-overall pick (from Pittsburgh)Round 3: 71st-overall pickRound 4: 125th-overall pick (from Houston)Round 5: 148th-overall pickRound 5: 156th-overall pick (from Minnesota)Round 6: 182nd-overall pickRound 7: 237th-overall pick (from Houston)Day 2 NFL Draft OrderSecond Round33. Arizona34. Indianapolis (via New York Jets)35. Oakland36. San Francisco37. Seattle (via New York Giants)38. Jacksonville39. Tampa Bay40. Buffalo41. Denver42. Cincinnati43. Detroit44. Green Bay45. Los Angeles Rams (via Atlanta)46. Indianapolis (via Washington)47. Carolina48. Miami49. Cleveland50. Minnesota51. Tennessee52. Denver (via Pittsburgh)53. Philadelphia (via Baltimore)54. Houston (via Seattle)55. Houston56. New England (via Chicago)57. Philadelphia58. Dallas59. Indianapolis60. Los Angeles Chargers61. Kansas City62. New Orleans63. Kansas City (via Los Angeles Rams)64. New EnglandThird Round65. Arizona66. Pittsburgh (via Oakland)67. San Francisco68. New York Jets69. Jacksonville70. Tampa Bay71. Denver72. Cincinnati73. New England (via Detroit)74. Buffalo75. Green Bay76. Washington77. Carolina78. Miami79. Los Angeles Rams (via Atlanta)80. Cleveland81. Minnesota82. Tennessee83. Pittsburgh84. Kansas City (via Seattle)85. Baltimore86. Houston87. Chicago88. Detroit (via Philadelphia)89. Indianapolis90. Dallas91. Los Angeles Chargers92. Seattle (via Kansas City)93. New York Jets (via New Orleans)94. Los Angeles Rams95. New York Giants (via New England from Cleveland)96. Washington97. New England98. Jacksonville (via Los Angeles Rams)99. Los Angeles Rams100. Carolina101. New England102. Baltimore