Not a chance in hell. But we're in a post Mike Mularkey as HC world so anything can happen. Sherman had his shot with the Packers. He's not a young man or the giant name teams might gravitate towards. He's a respected secondary figure in this league. The Bears are too ambitious a team, in too large a market, with too storied a history to hire Mike Sherman as their HC. It's just not going to happen and I doubt it's even very well founded as a rumor. No need worrying about it on our part.
Mockin' it 2013 (wildly optimistic)
1. Damontre Moore (DE)
2a. DeAndre Hopkins (WR)
2b. Desmond Trufant (CB)
3a. Kyle Long (OT)
3b. Bacarri Rambo (S)
4. Le'Veon Bell (RB)
5. Shayne Skov (LB)
6. Marquess Wilson (WR)
7. Dustin Hopkins (K)
well although Mularkey's jags sucked he deserved a chance to be a head coach again. He actually got screwed in Buffalo with the change in management. He was not fired in buffalo he resigned after two seasons. He was the last buffalo coach to have a winning season. He has been a very good coordinator for a few NFL teams. He was also a strong canidate for our job last year but did not wait around to be second choice after Fisher made up his mind. He took a job from a team that made hiring him a priority and declined to get in line behind Fisher. Im just glad we ended up with Philben instead of Mccoy but in the end who knows what these guys will do
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I find funny and hypocritical that people bash Sherman for bad play calling, yet give a pass to Tannehill for not having play-makers. Guess what: Sherman and Tannehill were both working with the same lack of talent.
Well the offense he was in last season wasn't worth a damn, T-Hill will be fine.