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Old 11-11-2013   #2148
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Really surprised that no one is mentioning LOVE SMITH. Especially with all of these Kubiak fans who love a "nice guy." Lovie was the definition of a coach who did more with less in my opinion in his time in Chicago. He dealt with tons of injury plagued teams, but when they were healthy Lovie usually had them playing well as a collective group. Hell, the guy got this team to a SB with Rex Grossman at the helm. When they finally got Cutler he gets them back to a NFC championship game where they almost made it to the SB. Here is an experienced coach out there right now that has a lot of post season experience and has proven he can make things work. I think that Lovie Smith is going to go somewhere and have more success the same way that John Fox has. I'd love for it to be the Texans.
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