Hot Seat Watch for NFL Players, Coaches After NFL Week 9

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Hot Seat Watch for NFL Players, Coaches After NFL Week 9
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The Minnesota Vikings' starting quarterback position has been a hot seat all season.

As the NFL season has moved past its halfway point and closer to the end of the season, the temperature of the “hot seat” will begin to rise for coaches and players on underperforming teams.

As teams who fall out of contention start looking ahead to how they can be in the best position for the 2014 season and beyond, they will consider who on their team should be replaced in the offseason, or even before the end of the year.

In the following slides, we take a look at some coaches and players around the league whose jobs—whether that be a starting spot or a roster spot/coaching job altogether—could be in jeopardy sooner rather than later. While all of these men could certainly be replaced in 2014, none of them are sure bets to make it through the 2013 season in their current positions.

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