According to reports, a former Detroit Lions‘ quarterback could soon land an offensive coordinator job in the NFL.
Ian Rapoport is reporting that the Dallas Cowboys are considering promoting Kellen Moore from QB coach to offensive coordinator. The Cowboys could also be close to bringing in another former Lions' quarterback, Jon Kitna to work with their offense.
One possibility for the #Cowboys — and something that allows the Jon Kitna interest to make sense — is to promote fast-rising, impressive QB coach Kellen Moore to offensive coordinator. At the least, that is in the discussions of how to proceed. https://t.co/UdNoaZcitq
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 20, 2019
The former Boise State standout served as the Cowboys quarterbacks coach during the 2018 campaign. It is his only coaching experience.
Moore was signed by the Lions following the 2012 NFL Draft. His only three NFL games (2 starts) came in 2015 with the Dallas Cowboys when he went 61-104 with four touchdowns and six interceptions.
Michigan Football 2019 Game-By-Game Predictions
2018 was an interesting season for the University of Michigan. It all started off with a road loss to eventual College Football Playoff semifinalist Notre Dame, followed by 10-straight victories to get back into CFP contention, only to end abruptly with a devastating loss in Columbus against Ohio State. The Wolverines ended up getting selected to play in the Peach Bowl against Florida, where they were once again embarrassed. Overall, Michigan finished the season 10-3, which left many fans questioning the future of the program under head coach Jim Harbaugh.
Since then, Harbaugh has brought in a top 10 recruiting class and has poached three of the best assistant coaches in the nation.
So, what does that mean for 2019? Will it be another season without beating their biggest rival or can Harbaugh finally get Michigan over the hump?
Only time will tell but I figured it would be fun to throw out my way to early game-by-game predictions.
How do you think the Wolverines will finish in 2019?
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