Current Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive coordinator Mike Smith has emerged as a leading head coaching candidate for the vacant Jacksonville Jaguars head coaching job that was formerly head by Gus Bradley until he terminated on December 18, 2016 after coaching the team from 2013-2016.One reason Smith has is a favorite to be the next head football coach of the Jaguars is due to the fact that the current Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell worked with Smith while they worked together with the Atlanta Falcons from 2008-2012 while Smith was the head coach of the team until he was terminated at the end of the 2014 football season.Smith was the defensive coordinator of the Jaguars under former Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Jack Del Rio from 2003-2007. Del Rio is now the head coach of the Oakland Raiders.It appears that if the Jaguars hire Smith to replace Bradley as their new head coach, the team philosophy will be to have a coach that is defensive minded specialist.Not to throw rain on the parade on Jacksonville Jaguars fans but Smith has never led the Falcons to a Super Bowl during his tenure with the team from 2008-2014 if you are expecting to make it to a Super Bowl berth in the near future but hopefully the Jaguars will not be the laughing stock of the National Football League either.News source is Rotoworld.com and the image is from Pinterest.com
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