Andy Reid is seemingly always on the hot seat.
The Philadelphia Eagles have a fanbase that demands results and, though Reid has done a lot of winning over 13 years as the Eagles' head coach, he has never hoisted a Lombardi Trophy.
And in the mind of some fans, that makes his tenure a failure.
Having always been a staunch Reid supporter myself, defending Big Red can be a full-time job. In past years, at least, I entered any argument with the firm knowledge that Reid would have another chance next season to get Philadelphia its first Super Bowl trophy.
As it stands in 2012, that's not a luxury I enjoy.
Owner Jeffrey Lurie put Reid on notice before the season started, and with the team in chaos, it looks as though Reid could lose his spot as the NFL's longest-tenured head coach.
If that happens, Lurie and general manager Howie Roseman will undertake the task of finding the guy who will succeed Reid, and hopefully do just a little more succeeding than Reid.
Here's a handful of guys who just might be in line for the job.