Fans turning out to see center Alex Mack at the Kamm's Corner Panini's Monday night say Mangini is just being a coach on the outside, but on the inside?
"I think he's committed," said Greg Michalowicz of Cuyahoga Falls. "I mean you come off and you beat New Orleans like you do, then you come back and beat New England the way you did with McCoy directing the offense the way he did with the amount of points we put up? You've got to keep him in, no doubt."
Mack sung the praises of both running back Peyton Hillis and McCoy in Sunday's win.
"Colt's done a great job. I mean just to be able to pick up so much of the offense so quickly and work so well with everyone," Mack said, citing McCoy's ability to think on his feet and change the snap count to keep the defense on its toes.
"A lot of quarterbacks don't really like changing the count because it's one extra thing to think about. Colt has no problem trying something new or mixing it up or doing whatever needs to be done," Mack said.