Report: Cardinals' Whisenhunt, Bears' Smith, and Lions' Schwartz jobs safe
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Report: Cardinals' Whisenhunt, Bears' Smith, and Lions' Schwartz jobs safe

Yahoo Sports' Jason Cole is reporting that the head coaches of the Arizona Cardinals, Detroit Lions, and Chicago Bears will keep their jobs based on sources he has from around the league. Arizona has only won one game since Week 5. Chicago is on the door step of making the playoffs but will need help from Minnesota. Detroit seemed to be turning around a disappointing season by winning three of four games after their Week 5 bye. Since then, they've lost seven straight.

Fantasy Analysis:

Arizona is making a big mistake unless they really nail their next draft. Their offense is in shambles and their line can't pass protect at all. Chicago was smart to bring in Brandon Marshall but can you imagine that offense without him? Ugly! Let's also not forget that the Bears scored nine defensive TDs, which is unlikely to be duplicated. Detroit has some nice pieces in place on both offense and defense but can't run the ball consistently. They only forced 17 takeaways and are ranked second-to-last in turnover differential (-12).

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