Checking Every NFL Coach's Hot Seat Temperature Heading into Camp

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Checking Every NFL Coach's Hot Seat Temperature Heading into Camp
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Steelers Mike Tomlin is always calm under pressure.

The NFL is a cutthroat business as much as it is a game. 

There are a lot of lavish investments made in coaches and players that have to pay off. If they don't, the team not only loses on the field but off of it, where it takes a hit financially.

Because of this, there's a lot of pressure on coaches, specifically, to succeed and avoid the pink slip on Monday morning.

This season, there will be six new coaches entering the fray, and next season, there could be just as many, if not more, gone. 

Who is on the hot seat, and who can avoid unemployment another year?

Join me as I evaluate the status of the coaches from zero to 100. Zero is the lowest possible, implying that they are off the hot seat this season, 25 is cool, 50 represents warming up, 75 means they're close to the hot seat and 100 is the make-or-break hot seat temperature.

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