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Sport Five NFL head coaches who are on the hot seat

01:50  01 november  2020
01:50  01 november  2020 Source:   msn.com

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These five coaches really need a big 2020 season to avoid being fired. 5. Matt Nagy, Chicago Bears. Record: 20-12, entering third season with The worst-case: Foles wins the job, but plays poorly and is replaced mid-season by Trubisky, who also plays poorly, and Chicago has a losing record.

NFL 2019: Five coaches on the hot seat . This year, there are eight coaches in their first year leading their respective teams; five of those eight men are replacing head coaches who were given just three years or less before they were fired.

We’re already at the halfway point of the NFL season with Week 8 underway and two head coaches already fired. With two changes made, who is the next head coach in danger of losing his job?

a man wearing a green shirt: Adam Gase, who never should have been hired as head coach of the Jets in the first place, leads arguably the worst team in the league. © Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports Adam Gase, who never should have been hired as head coach of the Jets in the first place, leads arguably the worst team in the league.

New York Jets coach Adam Gase is the runaway favorite to be canned next. However, he will face plenty of competition from other coaches overseeing some of the NFL’s worst teams. So, while Gase might be next to go, surprises happen.

Let’s take a look at the NFL hot seat and the five coaches in danger of being fired this season.

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Landing a head - coaching job in the NFL is hard. Holding onto the thing is damn near impossible. We see it every year. January rolls around and the Seat perhaps warmer than preferred. If you're in this group, there's some reason for concern. Maybe not "Put the house on the market right

The hot seat sizzled up the tenures of a handful of NFL coaches , yet some warmer Last year, the Washington Redskins let Jay Gruden and his warm seat stick around before a sour start saw him fired after five games. The same fate could befall other hot - seat candidates who have failed to produce.

Lions coach Matt Patricia on the hot seat

Matt Patricia's hot seat is getting warmer. © Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports Matt Patricia's hot seat is getting warmer.

Heading into Week 6, Patricia was on the brink of being fired. Facing the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Lions needed to pull out a victory to keep Patricia’s seat from bursting into flames. Sure enough, Detroit won and delivered a last-second victory in Week 7.

Sitting at 3-3, the Lions are within striking distance for a playoff spot. However, the second half of their schedule will be tough. After Week 12, Detroit faces the Chicago Bears, Green Bay Packers, Tennessee Titans and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Ultimately, this team likely finishes with a 7-9 or 8-8 record, and that will result in Patricia being fired after Week 17.

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Let's look at the NFL head coaches who are on the hot seat as we enter the final quarter of the regular season The league ’s infamous Black Monday is just four weeks from now. Several head coaches and their staffs are feeling the heat in early December.

As for head coaches who are probably safe this season but could still find themselves unemployed if things go terribly wrong in the coming weeks and The Chicago Bears are on pace to win five games after a half-decent 2-4 start, which could be enough to buy John Fox one more year as head coach .

When will Jets fire Adam Gase?

It's a matter of when, not if, the Jets fire Adam Gase. © Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports It's a matter of when, not if, the Jets fire Adam Gase.

As the only winless team in the NFL, there is no coach more deserving of being fired. Since being hired by the Jets, Gase holds a 7-16 record. It’s been particularly bad this season, with the proclaimed “offensive guru” orchestrating an attack that ranks last in total yards and points.

The calls are growing louder for Gase to be axed. He is the problem in New York, and it would seem like the organization realizes that. If the Jets lose by three-plus touchdowns to the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday and fall to 0-8, Gase might be fired. Given this team is tanking for Trevor Lawrence, however, maybe they let him drive this into the ground for the No. 1 pick. Until he is gone, Gase will lead the NFL hot seat.

Will the Bengals fire Zac Taylor?

a person standing on top of a grass covered field: The Zac Taylor experiment hasn't been working out for the Bengals. © Cincinnati Enquirer-USA TODAY NETWORK via Imagn Content Services, LLC The Zac Taylor experiment hasn't been working out for the Bengals.

Cincinnati took a chance on Taylor in 2019, hiring the Los Angeles Rams quarterbacks coach. The organization hoped it found the next Sean McVay. We’re now 23 games into Taylor’s tenure, and the team has a 3-19-1 record. Quite simply, the clock is ticking.

Five NFL head coaches who are on the hot seat

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Interim head coach Bill Callahan turned right around and won a game the next week, albeit against the hapless Miami Dolphins. Not every team will be The following coaches could follow Gruden out the door and into the unemployment line. It will vary by front office and long-term plan, but these coaches

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It’s not just about the record, either. While this offense has improved slightly with Joe Burrow at quarterback and a healthy Joe Mixon, a lot of talent is being wasted. On top of that, there have been multiple issues with players calling out the coaching staff and taking extreme measures to get out. If the Bengals finish with fewer than four wins, it would be in the organization’s best interest to find a new coach.

Will Doug Marrone survive another season with Jaguars?

a man wearing a helmet: Doug Marrone's Jags have looked awfull this season. © Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports Doug Marrone's Jags have looked awfull this season.

Jacksonville stuck by Marrone and general manager Dave Caldwell last offseason. Even after winning just 11 total games in the past two years, the Jaguars believed he could turn things around. Since winning in Week 1, Jacksonville hasn’t really stood a chance in games since.

It’s evident owner Shahid Khan trusts his coach and general manager, but that can only last for so long. The Jaguars are destined for a 2-14 or 3-13 record, a notable step back from their 6-10 mark in 2019. Marrone won’t be fired during the year, but no one should be surprised if he is fired the Monday after Week 17.

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York Jets head coach Todd Bowles, Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh and Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy have their jobs on the As the NFL season rounds into the fourth quarter, some of the marquee jobs might be on the verge of coming open as the likes of Baltimore

Washington Redskins: A fringe hot - seat candidate, coach Jay Gruden isn't going anywhere. Sources say there is a deep understanding of how injuries torpedoed Washington's promising Now their attention turns to coaches , with co-owner John Mara saying part of the focus will be on experience.

Could Mike McCarthy be one-and-done in Dallas?

Mike McCarthy wearing a hat: Mike McCarthy lied his way into a job he didn't deserve, and now the Cowboys are paying the price. © Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports Mike McCarthy lied his way into a job he didn't deserve, and now the Cowboys are paying the price.

Mike McCarthy conned Jerry Jones and the Dallas Cowboys. After telling the team during the interview that he watched every play from the 2019 season, McCarthy admitted that it was a lie during his introductory press conference. As for the self-evaluation and changes he made after being fired by the Green Bay Packers, he looks like the same coach as before.

The dysfunctional in Dallas is legitimate. Players are calling out the coaching staff, highlighting some of McCarthy’s baffling in-game decisions. Injuries have played a key role in the team’s 2-5 record, but McCarthy’s laughable hiring of defensive coordinator Mike Nolan is the bigger problem. Given how loyal Jones is, even if the Cowboys finish 3-13, McCarthy will likely avoid a one-and-done exit. However, the hot seat would be scorching in Dallas heading into 2021.

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