NFL Black Monday: Coaching Changes That Are Bound To Happen

December 28, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Every year, the end of the NFL regular season approaches and management evaluates head coaches’ winning abilities on their respected teams. This year, there are a number of coaches who are on the hot seat. Some seats are luke warm while others are on fire. Black Monday will not be very kind to a number of coaches in 2010.
There are a few coaches who didn’t even get a chance to finish the season at all. The Dallas Cowboys were a Super Bowl favorite in August, but the team faltered and seemed to give up on Wade Phillips. When Jason Garrett became the interim head coach for the remainder of the season, the team bounced back a bit from the demise that occurred midseason.
Josh McDaniels was booted by the Broncos for many reasons. The first year he was there, he traded Jay Cutler to the Bears. Then he traded three draft picks for the overrated Tim Tebow and traded Brandon Marshall, top ten wide receiver. To top those egregious moves off, the league had to investigate th...

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