Updated 1/7/2013 at 12:10pm ET
After another disappointing season in Buffalo, the Bills are desperately looking for a new head coach who can lead them in the right direction. The bills finished the season 6-10 and showed virtually no signs of life at any point this season.
As the Buffalo Bill coaching rumors start to emerge, one cannot think the Bills would not want to make a full court press on the recently fired Chicago Bears head coach Lovie Smith.
After a 10-6 season with the Bears and a near playoff loss, the Bears let go their beloved coach.
In his nine seasons with the Bears, Smith lead his team to three playoff appearances and a Super Bowl loss in 2006.
The Bills need Smith's leadership and high coaching aptitude desperately on their sidelines. Smith would be the best candidate for the Bills this offseason, especially now that Andy Reid and Chip Kelly are off the market.
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