With the NFL regular season ending today, it means that Black Monday is just around the corner.
NFL head coaches who are currently on the hot seat are no doubt going to have trouble sleeping tonight with the prospect of losing their jobs tomorrow very, very real.
Several deserve to be fired, while others do not. Only time will tell what GM's and presidents decide to do with their coaches.
Gailey had success in Buffalo, but in both of his years, the Bills could never seem to keep their momentum going.
Buffalo went 10-22 under Gailey, and his hiring in the first place was a mistake to me.
He had never really had success and tried to bring a spread offense into the NFL which just cannot last.
While Miami went 2-1 after Bowles took over when Tony Sparano was fired, he should not be retained as the head coach.
Miami needs a fresh start which means most of the coaching staff should be released, and a big-name head coach needs to be brought in.
Caldwell led the Colts to an embarrassing 2-14 record this year without Peyton Manning, and it appears that Indianapolis is going to retool the entire franchise.
Andrew Luck is pretty much a sure-fire selection for the first overall pick, which the Colts own, and Reggie Wayne will most likely not be re-signed.
It's time for Caldwell to go.
Turner was a mediocre coach year after year, and San Diego is finally making the right call in firing him.
It was announced that Turner would most likely be let go at the end of the season, but nothing has been made official.
The AFC West is too weak for San Diego to not sweep it year after year.
There's no excuse for the Bucs failures this season.
Their team was a year older then last year, and they went 10-6.
Morris led the Bucs down hill and deserves to be fired for his two horrid seasons there.
EDIT: Just as predicted. Morris and his entire staff have been fired.
1. Leslie Frazier- The Vikings dealt with a rookie at quarterback almost all year and injuries to Adrian Peterson. Frazier deserves one more year to show what he's got.
2. Steve Spagnulo- The Rams dealt with injuries all year and the change of an offense from West Coast to an NFL spread. Spagnulo has things going in the right direction, and if anyone is going to be fired, it should be Josh McDaniels. EDIT: Spagnulo has been fired.
3. Andy Reid- The Eagles made several additions during the offseason and didn't live up to the Dream Team hype, but it was a lockout year. All of those players they added didn't have a chance to adjust to a new environment.