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ESPN SportsCenter - Bears fire coach Lovie Smith, NFL.com reports, after missing playoffs for 5th time in last 6 seasons
This post was edited by Adams13 16 months ago
If you cant say something nice, shut your damn mouth!! GBR
That's what you get when you put all your stocks in a quarterback and forget to get linemen to protect him!!!! Can't say if this is a good move or not. Being a bears fan my whole life not sure if there's a better coach out there. Maybe the bears can get mora so we can get some offensive linemen to come to Nebraska.
I bet if Mora goes to the bears he can find some Olinemen lol.
I don't think Lovie was the problem in Chicago. I guess we will see.
Lovie Smith is one of the best coaches I have ever had the pleasure of observing. There is no doubt in my mind he will succeed at his next job. Tennessee should be kicking themselves for not waiting. Lovie would have taking that job pretty quickly i believe. He is the kind of guy who people just want to be around and he is a great X and Os guy as well.
I could write a novel on what is wrong in chicago. Its not Lovie Smith. This is a sad day for me.
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I'm feeling your pain. To be honest a lot of this is the front offices fault. Will see if they let anybody go there.
I don't trust ted phillips. I don't trust the mccaskeys. The bears are still feeling the pain of Jerry Angelo and refuse to admit it. I am shocked that Virgina McCaskey allowed Lovie to be let go. She loved that man. He deserves better. He probably had one of the hardest jobs in the nfl. Not many things went his way during his tenure.
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