Under Whisenhunt, the Titans won two games in 2014. Under Caldwell, the Lions won 11.
After the Chargers lost to the Broncos over the weekend, it was a waiting game until Ken Whisenhunt was named as the Lions’ 26th head coach.
Ken Whisenhunt is at a point in his NFL career where chemistry is really important to him, feeling comfortable with an organization.
Caldwell may be leaving the Ravens whether he gets offered a head coaching job or not, according to ESPN.
I don’t know for a fact that Stafford is the reason Whisenhunt decided not to come to Detroit, but I’m betting it had a lot to do with it!
So, we can eliminate Whisenhunt from the running for Detroit Lions head coach position according to a recent Tweet.
For once, a loss gave the Detroit Lions reason for be excited.
The Chargers stunned the Denver Broncos five weeks ago, making Peyton Manning look average and claiming a road victory that was part of a late-season surge that helped sweep San Diego into the playoffs.
As the Chargers prepare for the second round of the playoffs, their offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt will be preparing a job interview.
If reports are to be believed, the Lions’ head coaching search is going well.