• Time for a change

    Yes, John Fox was right to step down as the head coach of the Broncos, and he will soon have an interview with the Bears. He will do a good job for the Bears, I think, if he is selected. The Broncos wanted to go in another direction, and he shouldn't stay since they didn't want him there.

  • John Fox did the right thing.

    John Fox did the right thing by giving up his place as head coach. He knew the team would be better off with a different coach. It shows his dedication to the sport that he put the interests of his team before his own career. I think the Broncos are going to do much better now.

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  • No, John Fox should not have stepped down as head coach.

    Maybe it's just me, but it seems as though throughout professional sports these days, owners and management are increasingly short-sighted and have little to no patience to stick it out through tough breaks and give good coaches another chance after upsetting loses. John Fox is a perfect example: surely some of the blame for Denver's loss has to be attributed to a waning Payton Manning.

  • John Fox Step Down

    No, John Fox stepping down as head coach of the Broncos isn't right. Although many perceived that the Broncos had a team designed to win the Super Bowl, unforeseen events tend to happen; the Broncos lost. Fox led the team to win numerous games through out 4 seasons. He should have been given another chance.

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