NFL Hot Seat: Gauging Every Head Coach After Week 6

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NFL Hot Seat: Gauging Every Head Coach After Week 6

Following Week 6's action, we now have six coaches on the Hot Seat and two coaches who managed to get upgraded out of the Hot Seat.

The 2012 season has been one of the most unpredictable in recent memory. It seems the second you anoint a team as the best in the league, they go ahead and fall on their face the following week.

Seven coaches are sitting nice and cozy after Week 6, but as we've seen numerous times this season, no status lasts forever—unless, of course, your name is Bill Belichick.

When you consider the average tenure of an NFL head coach is only about 3.25 years, it's clear that things change fast in this league. That is why this Hot Seat temperature needs to be updated every week.

Here's a temperature reading, from hot to warm to room temperature to cool to cozy, for every head coach in the NFL.

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