Chicago Bears Stock Report: These coaching candidates are on the move

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Chicago Bears, Brian Daboll
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Chicago Bears Head Coach Candidate: Brain Daboll – Stock Heating Up

Last Week: Stock Neutral

The Buffalo Bills offense has been up and down this season. That said, Brian Daboll is still in my top three for potential replacements at head coach next season. Daboll is the opposite of Kellen Moore in the experience department. Daboll has eight years as an offensive coordinator and has coached under Bill Belichick, Nick Mangini and now Sean McDermott.

Over the last two weeks, the Bills have not only come away with two wins, but they were convincing wins. In Week 14, the Bills lost a close game to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and put up 27 points. In Weeks 15 and 16 however, the Bills won and scored over 30 in each one. Week 15 saw a dominant performance and a 31-14 win over the Panthers. Josh Allen wasn’t the most efficient in this one, completing only 55% of his passes but still throwing three touchdowns.

The Bills proved they were a better team than the Patriots in my opinion in Week 16. In a game that wasn’t one of the windiest games I’ve ever seen, Buffalo was able to tie the Patriots record of 9-6 on the season with a 33-21 victory. Josh Allen gained a total of 378 yards and threw for three touchdowns. Brian Daboll’s stock is heating up once again as the Bills moved into third in scoring on the year.