Keeping up with the GM-League this year I have noticed some silly moves, especially when it has come to the coaching carousel this offseason. WHERE'S THE LOVIE? I guess one two NFC Championship games, and one Superbowl gets you a pink slip. Once again the Bears show off their mental stability by letting Lovie Smith go, and looks like the former Rams defensive co ordinator is getting offers to run the Colts defense. It's the Bears, they figure that the Cubs can't be the only loveable losers in Chicago so just like that guy from the movie Pi, they made the brilliant move of sticking a drill in their collective heads and this is what they came with. Granted Cowher is a great coach but the Bears aren't the Steelers and Bill won't have fourteen years to win a Superbowl, nor does he have that many years left in his comeback. X's AND O's Talking about coaching decisions we've got two former linebackers up for defensive coordinator jobs with the Patriots and Eagles respectively. Mike Singletary has been offered the job with Philadelphia and Kevin Greene with New England. Singletary is a former head coach not known for his X's and O's, but he is one hell of a motivator. I guess instead of calling plays he'll be pulling his pants down from the press box. I'm not sure he's seen any X's or O's other than the ones in his Valentines card, surely there was a more experience coach out there. I guess Andy doesn't mind letting his opponents rack up even more points next year, the Cowboys and Giants are chomping at the bits after hearing this bit of news. Then you have New England who have had a long line of great coaches calling the defensive plays, ever since the new brain trust has taken over they have gone the complete opposite direction. Don't get me wrong Greene is a great linebackers coach, just look at what he did in Green Bay but unless the game plan is to stop Ric Flair and Arn Anderson I don't think things will go well in New England. That's it for me this time around, just remember Peter Kiper is still football smarter than you! ------------------Peter Kiper is a former director of player scoutings at the pro, college and Canadian football level and has been working for the GML Associate Press for the past three years. He can also be heard on Notzo-Sirius Radio every Sunday at 11:00 AM.