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28. Mike Singletary, San Francisco 49ers
The Niners got off the schnide with a 17-9 win over the Raiders, but that certainly hasn't moved Singletary off the hot seat. With a dynamic defense and offensive playmakers like Frank Gore, Michael Crabtree and Vernon Davis, there is no excuse for a 1-5 mark. A loss this week to 0-5 Carolina and Singletary is as good as gone.
27. Eric Mangini, Cleveland Browns
Before the season began, rumors were swirling that Colt McCoy would get cut before playing a single game. Six weeks in and he is the starter for this struggling Cleveland offense. The Browns sport the league's second-worst scoring offense, so don't be surprised if Mike Holmgren decides to pull double duty as both the team's president and head coach.
26. Tom Cable, Oakland Raiders
With an eight-point loss to the previously winless 49ers, the Raiders dropped to 2-4. Add to that a possible meniscus tear for Jason Campbell and a sprained shoulder for Bruce Gradkowski, and Oakland will be desperate for a new signal caller. If Tom Cable's job comes down to the production of third string QB Kyle Boller, Oakland might find themselves with a new head coach sooner rather than later.
25. Jim Schwartz, Detroit Lions
A week after silencing the Rams 44-6, the Lions put up a valiant effort in a loss to the Giants. On the season Detroit has lost their five games by a total of 32 points, but it will be interesting to see if that keeps up once Matthew Stafford returns and the surprisingly effective Shaun Hill goes back to the bench.