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    '21 NFL Coach's Hot Seat

    Urban Meyer
    Brian Flores
    Matt Nagy

    Anybody else at this point?

    Unless there is a legit mid-to-late season turnaround I could see two of the three gone in-season, maybe all of them.
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    Re: '21 NFL Coach's Hot Seat

    Quote Originally Posted by YardRat View Post
    Urban Meyer
    Brian Flores
    Matt Nagy

    Anybody else at this point?

    Unless there is a legit mid-to-late season turnaround I could see two of the three gone in-season, maybe all of them.
    That list looks pretty good.

    Meyer goes 1st just a guess.




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    Re: '21 NFL Coach's Hot Seat

    I see Nagy going first

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    Re: '21 NFL Coach's Hot Seat

    Quote Originally Posted by sukie View Post
    I see Nagy going first
    I see Meyer going first with Nagy close behind him.
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    Re: '21 NFL Coach's Hot Seat

    Surprise would be Pete Carroll
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    Re: '21 NFL Coach's Hot Seat

    Quote Originally Posted by Frog Balls View Post
    Surprise would be Pete Carroll
    Without Russell Wilson he would have been gone many years ago.

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    Re: '21 NFL Coach's Hot Seat

    Because Flores is a man of color, you will not hear a word muttered about it on ESPN or NFLN. Fear of reprisal.
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    That grow sweeter each season
    As we slowly grow old...

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    Meyer- I don't know. It's his first year, everyone knew it was going to be a bad team. Firing him now would basically be admitting that it was a huge mistake from the beginning, and more of a marketing decision than a football one. Meyer does seem to be in over his head at the NFL level but I don't know if they'd be willing to take the blame.

    Miami would need some kind of miracle turnaround for Flores to keep his job. If they finish with a losing record, I think he's gone. And they still have to play us, the Ravens, Titans and Saints, so that's all but assured at this point.

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    Re: '21 NFL Coach's Hot Seat

    There were votes for Urban Meyer, but nobody had the Gruden/Meyer exacta.

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    Re: '21 NFL Coach's Hot Seat

    Quote Originally Posted by Albany,n.y. View Post
    There were votes for Urban Meyer, but nobody had the Gruden/Meyer exacta.
    no way of predicting that one.

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    Who’s in danger of getting fired by Tuesday morning?

    https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.co...esday-morning/

    Pete Carroll, Seahawks: He wasn’t originally on this list, but Sunday’s loss to the Bears merits a mention. No one knows what owner Jody Allen will do when the dusts settles on the season, but she could decided to kick up plenty of dust by nudging Carroll aside now. If she has decided to do it after the season ends, there’s no reason to wait. Other than to show respect to Carroll by letting him finish the season.

    David Culley, Texans: He has seemed overmatched from the get go, but it’s becoming more and more clear that he got the job so that G.M. Nick Caserio can essentially be the shadow coach, communicating with Culley during games on matters of strategy and whatnot. Caserio would lose plenty of that influence and freedom with a coach who would scoff at the idea of being micromanaged by the G.M. That will make Caserio inclined to stay the course. A late-season winning streak doesn’t hurt, despite the damage it will do to Houston’s draft priority.

    Robert Saleh, Jets: It’s highly unlikely that Saleh will be one and done. The bigger potential problem would happen if the Jets fire G.M. Joe Douglas and then hire a new boss who may want a different coach. Like Douglas did after he got the job.

    Joe Judge, Giants: He’s reportedly safe. Some think he shouldn’t be. But all that matters is what ownership wants. And ownership apparently wants to break its trend of firing coaches after two seasons.

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    Re: '21 NFL Coach's Hot Seat

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    Because Flores is a man of color, you will not hear a word muttered about it on ESPN or NFLN. Fear of reprisal.
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    Re: '21 NFL Coach's Hot Seat

    How long until we hear that Fangio is out of a job?

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    Re: '21 NFL Coach's Hot Seat

    Tomorrow.

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    Re: '21 NFL Coach's Hot Seat

    Quote Originally Posted by YardRat View Post
    Urban Meyer
    Brian Flores
    Matt Nagy

    Anybody else at this point?

    Unless there is a legit mid-to-late season turnaround I could see two of the three gone in-season, maybe all of them.
    Well things were looking good before we pissed ourselves against Tennessee

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    Re: '21 NFL Coach's Hot Seat

    Quote Originally Posted by Cntrygal View Post
    How long until we hear that Fangio is out of a job?
    http://www.billszone.com/fanzone/sho...88-Nick-Fangio

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    Quote Originally Posted by DraftBoy View Post
    This take aged so well...Jesus...
    Agreed. At the time, he was getting clobbered.

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    Re: '21 NFL Coach's Hot Seat

    Vic Fangio officially fired

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    Re: '21 NFL Coach's Hot Seat

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Pink View Post
    Vic Fangio officially fired
    He probably volunteered.

    https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.co...re-vic-fangio/

    The Broncos have now had five consecutive losing seasons and are in desperate need of a coach who can turn things around. Complicating matters is the uncertainty of the ownership situation, which will surely give pause to any top head-coaching candidate the Broncos pursue.
    Fangio will likely have offers to become a defensive coordinator again, but he has likely completed his last stint as a head coach.
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    Re: '21 NFL Coach's Hot Seat

    Tomorrow is Black Monday for coaches.

    https://www.nj.com/giants/2022/01/nf...-hot-seat.html

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