Mike Shanahan may have retired from coaching in 2013, but his offensive fingerprint is still stamped all over this postseason. Shanahan’s coaching tree extends far and wide through the league and there was no denying that when a team faced a Shanahan offense, they needed to hire a man who knew how to fight fire with fire. The MMQB’s Albert Breer sits down with Amy Campbell and threads the yarn on the metaphorical map of how Shanahan’s influence reaches every team that has been present in this year’s postseason.
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