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Former USF football player Kevin Patullo, assistant WRs coach with Titans, will be named QBs coach with Jets, reuniting with Chan Gailey

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Errr, he's going from assistant WRs coach to QB coach?  I can only hope Gailey plans on doing most of the QB coaching.

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Errr, he's going from assistant WRs coach to QB coach? I can only hope Gailey plans on doing most of the QB coaching.

exactly what I was thinking.

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I got nothing.  this guy doesn't even have a wiki page.  is this legit ?

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If he is reuniting with Gailey I have no issue with the hire...Gailey and Bowles both know QB coach is CRITICAL to their staff

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He worked with Gailey in Buffalo as offensive quality control and asst wide receivers coach

Kevin Patullo enters his third season with the Bills as offensive quality control coach. Patullo assists in all aspects of coaching the wide receivers. He helped Stevie Johnson to back to back 1,000-yard receiving seasons in 2010 (1,004 yards) and 2011 (1,073 yards). Patullo worked closely in the development of the team’s young receiving corps including three undrafted free agent receivers who were very productive for the Bills in 2010. He coordinates the club’s offensive self-scouting duties and is responsible for computer analysis, statistical and video breakdowns of opponents on a weekly basis

http://www.buffalobills.com/team/coaches/kevin-patullo/72014e4d-43da-4522-adac-854547d6293a

Lol. He sounds like the wr coach we always wanted, except he is the qb coach

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so he goes from offensive quality control to asst WR coach to QB coach ?

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This is the hire I was waiting for. The young assistant who is the apprentice to Chan Gailey . The apprentice who can take over the reins when Gailey steps down making the transition seamless.

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As you look closer at his bio he's young (35-36) and he played QB at

So. Fla.

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Only questionable hire in my opinion the rest are all solid. I just don't know how the structure will work on the Offensive coaching staff.

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Errr, he's going from assistant WRs coach to QB coach?  I can only hope Gailey plans on doing most of the QB coaching.

 

Nothing like jumping to conclusions...  :roll:

 

 

As you look closer at his bio he's young (35-36) and he played QB at

So. Fla.

 

Exactly

 

Fans questioning this move should dig deeper, most young coaches move from position to position, it's how they develop as coaches, become coordinators, and eventually head coaches.

 

They have to start somewhere, he's a coach who has worked with Gailey, there were bound to be a couple of hires that Gailey would have his imprint on,

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Kid came up through the ranks just like most of today's offensive coordinators did.  He was an offensive quality control guy, which basically meant he got the OC his coffee, got the game tapes prepared and made sure all the offensive assistants got what they needed . From that he went on to be a WR coach which basically explains itself and now he's a QBs coach .  Next step is OC if he proves worthy. The kid is being trained by a well respected OC in the league who is promoting him slowly.

 

Does anyone here know what Pep Hamilton's job was under Herman Edwards ?

 

 

 

2004
2005
2006
2007–2009
2010

  Howard University (QB)
Howard University (OC)
New York Jets (Offensive QC)
New York Jets (QB)
New York Jets (WR)
 

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Kid came up through the ranks just like most of today's offensive coordinators did. He was an offensive quality control guy, which basically meant he got the OC his coffee, got the game tapes prepared and made sure all the offensive assistants got what they needed . From that he went on to be a WR coach which basically explains itself and now he's a QBs coach . Next step is OC if he proves worthy. The kid is being trained by a well respected OC in the league who is promoting him slowly.

Does anyone here know what Pep Hamilton's job was under Herman Edwards ?

2004

2005

2006

2007–2009

2010

Howard University (QB)

Howard University (OC)

New York Jets (Offensive QC)

New York Jets (QB)

New York Jets (WR)

this does make me feel better about the hire.

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Some of these haven't been announced by the Jets yet,  but unless another name is floated see no reason not to assume they will be hired, here is an updated list.

Todd Bowles, Head Coach

Bobby April, Special Teams Coordinator

 

DEFENSIVE STAFF

Kacy Rodgers, Defensive Coordinator
Mike Caldwell, Assistant Head Coach/Inside Linebackers
Mark Collins, Outside Linebackers
Joe Danna, Defensive Backs–Safeties

Pepper Johnson, Defensive Line

OFFENSIVE STAFF

Chan Gailey, Offensive Coordinator

Kevin Patullo, Quarterbacks

Karl Dorrell, Wide Receivers
Robby Brown, Quality Control–Offense

Steve Marshall, Offensive Line

Ron Heller, Assistant Offensive Line
Jimmie Johnson, Tight Ends

 

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING STAFF
Justus Galac, Strength & Conditioning
Kavan Latham, Assistant Strength & Conditioning
Aaron McLaurin, Assistant Strength & Conditioning

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This is the hire I was waiting for. The young assistant who is the apprentice to Chan Gailey . The apprentice who can take over the reins when Gailey steps down making the transition seamless.

Awfully excited about a guy that none of us know anything about. But hey, love your energy

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Nothing like jumping to conclusions...  :roll:

 

 

 

Fans questioning this move should dig deeper, most young coaches move from position to position, it's how they develop as coaches, become coordinators, and eventually head coaches.

 

They have to start somewhere, he's a coach who has worked with Gailey, there were bound to be a couple of hires that Gailey would have his imprint on,

How very nice, NY Jets as a developmental school.  I realize there is a promotion system, but how about assistant QB coach on some other team?  Assistant WR coach and the guy who got the materials ready for the Offensive Coordinator is quite a leap to trust the most important position on the team to.

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Who better than a WIDE RECEIVER coach to teach Geno how to HOLD ON to the freaking ball?

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Perfect pickup. You don't hire Chan unless you pretty much give him full control of the offense and let him develop, coach and instruct the QBs on the roster to fit his scheme. That's the expertise he brings to the game, that's what he excels at. Look at what he got out of those terrible QBs in Buffalo (Fitzpatrick), look at how well that other garbage QB in Kansas did (Thigpen) under Chan. Adding another 70 year old QB guru to do that wouldn't make much sense when you already have Chan on your staff, it'd just conflict with what Chan is trying to teach/do here.

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Patullo

Tampa Bay Bucs writer, Greg Auman is reporting that the New York Jets will be bringing in former University of South Florida QB Kevin Patullo to fill the role of quarterback coach.

Patullo, who played two seasons at USF (2000-2001) and attempted just 25 passes, has worked for the Chiefs, Bills and Titans since his playing days came to a close according to Auman.

During his time in Buffalo, new Jets offensive coordinator Chan Gailey was the Bills head coach, so it stands to reason that Auman is a Gailey hire, and he’ll transition over from having previously served as a wide receivers coach.

 

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Josh McDaniels was the assistant defensive backs coach in 2003 for the Patriots before he became the QB coach in 2004. McDaniels never played QB in college. He was a wide receiver.

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Josh McDaniels was the assistant defensive backs coach in 2003 for the Patriots before he became the QB coach in 2004. McDaniels never played QB in college. He was a wide receiver.

that means nothing when your QB coach is the PSI meter.
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As you look closer at his bio he's young (35-36) and he played QB at

So. Fla.

Aren't QB coaches glorified dance teachers?  They do not deal too much with decision making, do they? It is about footwork, moving in the pocket, and throwing form.  The OC is the one who tries to groom their decision-making, since it is his offense they are deciding about.

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