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Welcome to “This Is Totally Your Year,” our definitive guide to the upcoming NFL season. This team-by-team preview details why your team, against all odds, will be lifting the Lombardi Trophy when it’s all said and done. Now: Let’s discuss the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
You knew it was coming. A substantial number of the coaches (and executives) involved doubtless knew it was coming, too. That’s right: it’s Black Monday, a.k.a. the day every head coach of every underperforming NFL team gets canned, in hopes that this next hire will be the one that strikes gold, the one who turns into that franchise’s Bill Belichick. That’s almost never what happens, of course, but still most of these teams could use a change. And change, for better or worse, they will get. Here’s which coaches are on the way out.
Bears coach Lovie Smith left no doubt as to whether he thought quarterback Jay Cutler had sufficient toughness after his injury in yesterday’s NFC title game at his press conference today.
The media may not like Jay Cutler, but questioning his character or toughness is not fair.
Leading up to this weekend’s playoff match-up between the Seahawks and the visiting Saints, it’s already a foregone conclusion to many that Seattle doesn’t deserve to be there. Are the many Seahawks skeptics on to something?