The 2010 NFL season saw a lot of coaching changes around the league.
After coming off a 2009 season that saw a two-decade low in firings, a lot of coaches failed and got booted. Some of these firings were totally justified, while others left people scratching their heads.
Obviously, coaches like Brad Childress and Wade Philips were awful for their teams and deserved to lose their jobs, but other coaches were just stuck with bad personnel, injuries or both.
Still, more coaches gave their teams some hope and improvement, and got the ax from an owner with unrealistic expectations (cough, Al Davis, cough).
Here we will look at five coaches around the league who were fired and didn't deserve it.