All of you NFL schadenfreudians will want to keep an eye on the news today.
It's the day after the final Sunday of the regular season, which means it's Black Monday. Or pink slip day. Or head-rolling day.
Whatever you call it, this is the day that coaches whose teams drastically underperformed or haven't met long-term expectations pay the price.
Some coaches are being rumored to be among the unlucky. Others basically coached their final months as dead men walking, fired in the realms of public opinion.
For 12 teams around the league, the season isn't over. If anything, it's just getting started. But for others with far more losses than wins, today might as well be the first day of next year, and it's never too soon to get the stench of 2012 out of the organization.
Here are coaches who may have coached their final games with their current teams (if they're current of this writing, that is.)