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28. Chan Gailey, Buffalo Bills
It's hard, when you think about it, to place too much blame on Chan Gailey for the Bills' woes.
Heck, the Bills have been perpetually lousy for years now. They're lousy again this year, and it is very difficult to find a single player on Gailey's roster that is worth shelling out your hard-earned bucks to watch.
27. John Fox, Carolina Panthers
Remember when Fox took the Panthers to the Super Bowl? Man, that was a while ago.
He did himself a huge favor by beating San Francisco. Sure, they beat an absolutely miserable team, but at least they beat a team.
Fox's defense is halfway decent, but his offense is atrocious. They're the lowest-scoring team in the NFC, which is pretty ridiculous given some of the players they have.
Jimmy Clausen doesn't look like the answer, if he ever was supposed to be in the first place.
26. Jim Schwartz, Detroit Lions
Schwartz is yet another coach who was unfairly tasked with fixing a train wreck.
This year, he got only 11 passes out of Matthew Stafford before he was hurt, and his defense can't stop anybody. Regardless, the Lions look like the Lions.
Again. If Schwartz gets fired, his job will get handed to yet another poor sucker.
25. Marvin Lewis, Cincinnati Bengals
The Bengals should be better than their 2-4 mark.
They had two full weeks to prepare for the Falcons, and while they played well, they simply couldn't finish in the fourth quarter. This is Lewis' eighth season at the helm in Cincinatti, and if the Bengals carry on like they have so far, the Bengals' brass might consider making a change.