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32. Tom Cable, Oakland Raiders: Cable’s Raiders have struggled to find the win column in 2010. With so many near-misses, he needs to get this team over the hump, or Al Davis will find someone who will.
31. Chan Gailey, Buffalo Bills: Gailey's team is getting more competitive, but they still don't have a victory in 2010. They hung with New England, but the Jets waxed them in Week 4. Gailey needs to get his act together, or face the wrath of ownership.
30. Mike Singletary, San Francisco 49ers: When your team looks as bad as San Fran did Weeks 1 through 3, you’re going to wind up on the hot seat.
29. John Fox, Carolina Panthers: The Panthers still can’t win in the first half of the season. Surely the fans are clamoring for a change in Carolina.
28. Jim Schwartz, Detroit Lions: It’s not fair, because the Lions have been competitive in three of their four games this season. But 0-4 means you need Teflon pants.
27. Eric Mangini, Cleveland Browns: One win does not save you from the bottom of the barrel, Eric. You’re still in trouble in Cleveland.
26. Wade Phillips, Dallas Cowboys: Don’t let the win over Houston fool you; this team, and its coach, are still in serious trouble. If they can’t get it together, Phillips will be looking for a job.