The NFL season has been underway for only six weeks and there are already many coaches that are perched on the hot seat. Though more will eventually be fired, these three listed below should be the first to go.
Jim Zorn, career record: 10-12– The Washington Redskins have one of the worst offenses in the NFL and guess who’s the play caller, you got it, head coach Jim Zorn. Well, he was the play caller. He was relieved of his play calling duties after a 14-6 loss to a Kansas City Chiefs team that came into the game win less. The Redskins failed to score a TD against the Chiefs 32nd ranked defense. Sherman Lewis will take over play calling duties. I’ll be surprised if Zorn makes it to Halloween.
Dick Jauron, career record:59-80– Jauron is a nice enough guy, but has had only one winning season as a head coach, 2001 Bears(13-3), out of 10 seasons as a NFL head coach, including 1 interim season. Why he’s still a head coach, I don’t know. This season, his Buffalo Bills are on schedule to end the season at the bottom of the AFC East once again, 2-4. Enough is enough, obviously he can’t get the job done. Somebody tell Ralph to get another coach and retire already.