Coaches on the Hot Seat Through Week 10

Aaron NaglerNFL National Lead WriterNovember 12, 2012

NFL coaches never stick around for long these days. Tenures like we've seen in New England or Philadelphia are rare and it would certainly seem that one of those extended stays will be coming to an end sooner rather than later.

Eagles head coach Andy Reid is not only on the proverbial "Hot Seat"—he's pretty much done after his team's loss to the Dallas Cowboys. 

Elsewhere in the NFL, another long-timer in Norv Turner finally showed signs that the pressure is getting to him when asked if his team's performance was acceptable during his post-game press conference. The question triggered a mini-dustup.

By the way, it's important to mention we left off Pat Schurmur as the Browns are on a bye this week. Another omission from this week's hot seat? Mike Munchak, who's Titans crushed the Dolphins, 37-3.

In the video above, I look at the situations in Philly, San Diego and a bunch of other NFL cities who will most likely be getting to know a new head coach sometime later this season or shortly after the 2012 regular season ends.