One of the coolest things for a struggling team in the NFL to do this season has been to fire their head coach, starting with the Dallas Cowboys' Wade Phillips back in early November.
Since the firing of Phillips, the NFL has followed with Denver's Josh McDaniels, Minnesota's Brad Childress, San Francisco's Mike Singletary, Carolina's John Fox and Cleveland's Eric Mangini.
The craziest part of it all is that it is definitely not over, and there are still quite a few teams who would be keen on grabbing a new head coach and starting off fresh for the future.
There are even a few coaches who could be fired while I am writing this, so I really need to hurry it up I suppose.
So, before Marvin Lewis gets canned, I'll count down the coaches with the least stable jobs at this point in the year.