Coaches in the NFL are judged on one thing: wins and losses. OK, that's two things. But coaches without wins eventually become coaches without jobs.
Let's look at the coaches and teams who came away from Week 1 without wins.
The Browns suffered a close, heartbreaking loss at home, leaving second-year head coach Pat Shurmur second-guessed after his decision to "go for one" early in the fourth quarter after his team's pick-six gave it a 15-10 lead.
The Jaguars lost the first regular-season game subject to those pesky new "modified sudden death" rules. The Vikings kicked a field goal in OT and...the Jags went four and out, so what really changed? Nothing. That's of little consolation to first-year head coach Mike Mularkey, who probably hasn't had the cellophane off his chair long enough for it to be hot.
The same can't be said for Buffalo Bills head coach Chan Gailey, whose team came out flat in a road loss against the division rival Jets. Nor can it be said for Andy Reid, who already has been told that if the Philadelphia Eagles have a finish like last season's, he'll be out of a job.
Check out my takes on the head coaching "hot seats" after Week 1 of the NFL season in the video above. Leave your own hot-seat coach in the comments below. Thanks for watching.