Do you think Lovie Smith will be the next NFL coach for Houston? Explain your answer
Gary Kubiak was fired after eight seasons following a mini stroke. Lovie was fired by Chicago several years ago after a winning season. It is a revolving door. Maybe now it is Lovies turn to try his luck again
I think that he will take over the Detroit Lions. Reason for that is because he loves to work with a young defensive team. We all know that Detroit has been known for Johnson, Bush and Stafford trio, but the defense is young and very talented. Lovie will be the perfect fit for the Lions, I believe he can make it happen in Detroit. As far as Houston, they need to fix their offensive coordinator. Play calling for the Texans has been horrible and they need to work on that. I believe that Schaub is the right person behind center and he can make it happen in Houston!
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