Though Jim Caldwell isn't the greatest head coach, the Detroit Lions still benefit by keeping him.
The Detroit Lions recently hired Bob Quinn as their new general manager, and his first move should be firing Jim Caldwell.
After the Detroit Lions' meaningless second-half surge, many Lions fans are foolishly back to supporting Jim Caldwell.
To the small group of fans claiming that wanting Jim Caldwell to be fired is "racist", you're way off base.
With the end of the regular season comes the famed "Black Monday" in the NFL where head coaches typically learn their fate for next season.
Regardless of the Detroit Lions' second-half surge, Jim Caldwell should still be fired.
These five NFL coaches deserve to be shown the door. Each team firing them should take a look at each of these top candidates as replacements.
Assuming Jim Caldwell is relieved of his duties, Adam Gase should be the next head coach of the Detroit Lions.
Once the Detroit Lions hire their new GM, they need to make sure he's given full control.
The Detroit Lions' press conferences have been complete jokes all year. Clearly, the PR department hasn't done their job. That means you, Bill Keenist.