NFL Coaches and GMs with the Most to Prove in the 2013 NFL Draft

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NFL Coaches and GMs with the Most to Prove in the 2013 NFL Draft
Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports
Could 2013 be the swan song for Rex Ryan in New York?

The reputation and job security of every NFL head coach and general manager will either be enhanced or tarnished based on the results of the 2013 NFL draft.

The upcoming draft, now just a mere two weeks away and counting, will be the first test for a grand total of 15 new head coaches or general managers. The vast majority of them will be granted more than one year on the job to establish a track record, unless you happen to be the head coach in Jacksonville, as Mike Mularkey learned last year. 

How many head coaches or general managers will wind up being replaced by this time next year?

In this slideshow, we highlight 15 different head coaches or general managers that could really use a great draft class for a wide variety of reasons.

Not all of them are in danger of losing their job, but coming up with a big draft class is still important for each party identified, as is explained on each slide.

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