Bears-Lions: Chicago Loss Would Hasten Lovie Smith’s Departure

Posted: 31st December 2009 by Bob Warja in NFL
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Despite the goodwill generated from the Chicago Bears improbable win over the Minnesota Vikings on Monday night, a Bears loss to the hapless Lions this Sunday might be a fatal blow to head coach Lovie Smith. A loss to Detroit on Sunday could make firing Smith that much easier for Jerry Angelo. That is, assuming Angelo himself is still here after the season. For if it were up to me, I would blow up the whole thing. But to end the season with consecutive wins might make it easier for the McCaskeys to retain the Bears coach. Look, Detroit is a bad football team. Yes, it has young QB Matthew Stafford to look forward to, but for now, it stinks. I realize the Bears are not a good team themselves, but at least they aren't 2-13. Even being on the road shouldn't hurt the Bears, since the Lions are ...

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