3 hottest coaching seats in the NFL

The NFL season is just about here, translation for bad coaches, you are roughly 6 months away from being fired. No coaching job is safe anymore, but there are 3 in particular that are sitting on extremely warm seats.

Wade Phillips- The Cowboys 62-year-old coach is a nice guy, but nice doesn’t cut it in Dallas, especially under the fascist regime of Owner Jerry Jones. Wade has a pretty respectable overall record as a head man, but has yet to win in the postseason. This season, its all or nothing for Phillips.

Overall regular season record: 61-42-0
Postseason record: 0-4

Marvin Lewis- Lewis has been the Cincinnati head coach since the 2003 season. After leading the team to 4 consecutive .500 or better seasons from 2003-2006, during the 2007-08 seasons his team has a combined a 11-21 record, even by Bengal standards that’s pretty bad. With a healthy Carson Palmer maybe the team can make it back to the postseason and save Lewis’ job.

Overall regular season record: 46-49-1
Postseason record: 0-1

Andy Reid– Perhaps you think Reid shouldn’t be on this list, but I firmly disagree. If you have enough talent to make it to the NFC Championship game, then you surely have enough to win it all. Reid led the eagles to 4 consecutive NFC Championship game from 2001-2004 and again in 2008. His record in championship games is a meager 1-4. Though he’s been a staple in the Eagles organization for 10 years, his time is running out.

Overall regular season record: 107-69-1
Postseason record: 10-7, 1-4 in NFC Championship, 0-1 in Super Bowl

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  1. Its Super Bowl or bust for Wade and Marvin should have been fired.

  2. Los Brown says:

    Both of them will be out the door in January.

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