Ah yes because how good someone was as a player has tons to do with how they are thought of as a coach.
Some of you do realize that sometimes maybe less talented players end up being far better coaches or don't even coach the position they played a lot of the time? Or I guess the bigger point is some of you I don't think understand how coaches get their start. It's not like every single coach ever hired is some hidden gem, coaches get hired because of networking and recommendations. If you really think Kyle Shanahan was a massive miss by Elway then why is it such a bad thing when we hired 2 coaches from his staff he clearly thought highly enough of. Nepotism is an overrated term in the NFL, it is around every single franchise on every single level.