It seems like Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan Wolverines are coming to a head. What was once a star-studded relationship has soured, especially among fans. This is especially true after Michigan's disappointing 2020 campaign. Now, NFL teams have shown interest in Harbaugh. That begs the question: Should the Lions go after Harbaugh?
Here's the lowdown on the former "golden boy". Harbaugh has a knack for developing killer defenses. He did this in San Francisco and also did this with the Wolverines. He also hasn't developed a solid quarterback since Andrew Luck during his Stanford days. Matthew Stafford is on his way out in Detroit, which means the Lions will need a new man under center. Harbaugh's quarterback escapades should be a warning sign for Lion fans.
Does Harbaugh win you games? Yeah, he will. Does he win when it matters? No. This couldn't have been more true during his time with the Wolverines, losing big games to the likes of Michigan State, Wisconsin, and *GASP* Ohio State. The Lions can go for Harbaugh. Give it a shot. But his stay may not last for as long as you think, especially if he's planning on burning some bridges after.
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