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Lions Fire Coach Jim Schwartz After Missing Playoffs

Who should replace Schwartz on the Lions' sideline?

Detroit Lions head coach Jim Schwartz looks on from the sideline during the first half Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings. Photo credit: AP Photo/Jim Mone
Detroit Lions head coach Jim Schwartz looks on from the sideline during the first half Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings. Photo credit: AP Photo/Jim Mone
Who do you think the Lions should seek out as coach? Tells us in the comments. 

Here's a list of possible candidates: 

Ken Wisenhunt, offensive coordinator at San Diego; Jay Gruden, offensive coordinator at Cincinnati; Bill O’Brien, head coach at Penn State, Lovie Smith, former Bears coach; Bill Cowher, former Steelers coach; Greg Roman, offensive coordinator at San Francisco; Jon Gruden, former head coach at Tampa and Oakland; Jim Mora Jr., head coach at UCLA; Adam Gase, offensive coordinator at Denver; Mike Zimmer, defensive coordinator at Cincinnati; Brian Kelly, head coach at Notre Dame; and Kevin Summlin, head coach at Texas A&M.

Source: The Detroit News
John_T December 30, 2013 at 03:00 PM
I'll go with Lovie Smith.
Andrew Thurlow (Editor) December 30, 2013 at 05:00 PM
Yeah me too.

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