Every team in the NFL has played at least eight games, which means that we are officially at the halfway mark of the 2011 NFL season.
Some teams are gearing up for playoff runs; however, other teams might already have an eye towards the future.
For some teams, this eye towards the future (and possibly Andrew Luck) started in Week 1, but we don't like to single these teams out; we'll just call them the Indianapolis Colts.
Other teams (for the sake of argument, we'll call them the St. Louis Rams), expected a playoff berth this season, but lo and behold, the playoffs aren't quite in the cards.
This might cause some teams to decide to throw caution to the wind and do something that, while common in Major League Baseball, the NBA and the NHL (one NHL team even fired a coach prior to the playoffs before winning the cup; I believe it was the New Jersey Devils in 2000), fire their coach at midseason.
But this is not about speculating who will fire their coach, more about who could their possible replacements be.
So let's take a look at that, even though based off of the picture, I've already provided you a spoiler of one coach who could be gone.