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Here's you're sleeper for Offensive Line Coach!


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Pete Mangurian, Tight Ends Coach, New England Patriots

Prior to joining the Patriots, Mangurian was a member of Dan Reeves' staff with the Atlanta Falcons for three seasons from 2001-03, a period during which the Falcons notably excelled in rushing and pass protection. As Atlanta's offensive coordinator in 2003, Mangurian oversaw an offensive unit that averaged 4.48 yards per carry and allowed just 35 sacks, the fewest for the Falcons since 1991. His promotion to offensive coordinator came following a 2002 season during which he served as Atlanta's offensive line coach and contributed to a season in which the Falcons set team records for yards-per-carry (4.53), rushing touchdowns (23) and most 30-point games (8).

Now, if I were him, I probably wouldn't leave New England for Atlanta, but I think he would be a good candidate. Thoughts?

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