Imagine if we got Chip Kelly as a coach, I would be so happy and our offense would be so deadly.With ESPN's Adam Schefter reporting that Chip Kelly, the current coach of the Oregon Ducks, is certainly going to be in a position to fend off NFL suitors once his team's season is over, it makes sense to take a look around the league to see what teams might be interested in his services.
Such a tour around the bottom of the NFL standings starts with Romeo Crennel's tenuous position in Kansas City and continues on to Carolina (Ron Rivera) and Jacksonville (Mike Mularkey) all of which might be willing to cut ties with their current leaders for 2013. However, with a lot of offensive weapons already in place, could the Detroit Lions be the ultimate winner of Kelly's services?
Jim Schwartz did lead his club to the post-season last year, but they lost their playoff contest and the Lions currently rank just 13th in total points scored despite leading the league in passing yards. Oregon is ranked first in the NCAA with 54.8 points per game, and in the end, that's the only statistic that truly counts.