In the NFL today, the head coaching position is an integral key to a team's ultimate success. If you look at the league's elite teams, they all have great coaches—the Bill Belichicks, the Andy Reids, the Mike Tomlins.
On the flip side, there are a select few who simply can't manage to get the job done. As a result, organizations have shown no mercy in the high-demand business and have fired coaches at will.
In fact, we've already witnessed former Dallas Cowboys head coach Wade Phillips and Minnesota Vikings head coach Brad Childress be given walking papers.
There is a small group of coaches still remaining that could be fired, and the top five appear to be San Francisco 49ers' Mike Singletary, Cincinnati Bengals' Marvin Lewis, Denver Broncos' Josh McDaniels, Carolina Panthers' John Fox and Houston Texans' Gary Kubiak.
That said, here is my evaluation of each coach and my opinion on who will be fired first.
Note: I have five categories in which I will rank the six coaches from 1-5(1 being bad, and 5 being the worst). Yes, nobody on this list is good. Whomever has the highest score will mathematically be the head coach that will and should be fired first.
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