When Egos Collide…What Really Went Wrong in Denver

By NFLSportChannel
for NFLSportChannel.com

Published: April 4, 2009

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... >What have we learned here that we didn't already know? This is a classic example of when two egos clash against one another. Whether it was when we were growing up or what we see in the work place today, egos clashing can cause more negative than positive outcomes.

Both Cutler's and McDaniel’s egos, although different in temperament, proved to be the perfect storm for Cutler's trade.

First off Jay Cutler needs to grow up and join the rest of society. The NFL is a business just like any other business.

McDaniel’s was offered his first head coach position in his career, and he simply wanted to explore the option of Cassel because of his "proven" ability to run "his" system. McDaniel’s wasn't out to get Cutler personally as much as he was trying to save his own ass.

McDaniel’s simply wanted to explore the option of speeding up the learning curve, regarding the Broncos ...

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