Next for Browns, Bucs, Vikes?

Three coaches with just more than six seasons of experience between them no longer have jobs: Rob Chudzinski of the Cleveland Browns, Greg Schiano of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Leslie Frazier of the Minnesota Vikings. Now the search is on for their former franchises, and some pretty noteworthy names are being brought up. Ex-Denver Broncos coach Josh McDaniels? He could be Cleveland's guy. Broncos defensive coordinator and former Jacksonville Jaguars boss Jack Del Rio? He might be off to the Twin Cities. And onetime NFC Champion Lovie Smith? The Florida Gulf Coast might be calling his name. What do you think of the firings and potential hirings?

Should the Browns have fired Rob Chudzinski?

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    30%
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    70%

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  • Should the Buccaneers have fired Greg Schiano?

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      76%
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      24%

    Discuss (Total votes: 30,022)

  • Should the Vikings have fired Leslie Frazier?

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      63%
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      37%

    Discuss (Total votes: 20,983)

  • Would Josh McDaniels be a good fit for the Browns' head coaching position?

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      46%
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      54%

    Discuss (Total votes: 16,859)

  • Would Lovie Smith be a good fit as Buccaneers head coach?

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      83%
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      17%

    Discuss (Total votes: 4,190)

  • Which of these reported candidates would be best for the Vikings' head coaching position?

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      9%
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      49%
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      24%

    Discuss (Total votes: 2,645)

  • Which team is more likely to make the playoffs first?

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      17%
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      31%
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      52%

    Discuss (Total votes: 2,729)

  • Which NFL head coach opening is the most attractive?

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      16%
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      42%
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      42%

    Discuss (Total votes: 5,310)

  • In general, how do you feel about NFL teams' treatment of head coaches?

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      58%
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      36%
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      6%

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