“Adam spent more time with Peyton Manning than anybody,” said Gase’s boss, Broncos head coach John Fox. “That’s what people don’t understand. ‘Coordinator’ is just a title. I think it was a logical move, in that he’s a very bright mind, he had a great relationship with Peyton as his position coach, and rather than start from square one—we could’ve hired anybody; anyone would want this job—it seemed like a natural step to let Adam do it.”
Fox isn't saying anything remotely controversial here, but when he says "anyone would want" to coordinate Denver's offense, there's a healthy dose of confidence, and perhaps even arrogance. And, I love it.