NFL Coaching Staffs on the Hot Seat This Season

June 30, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The life of an NFL head coach is one of the most pressure-filled jobs among all professional sports. Coaches feel the hot seat almost immediately upon their arrivals, as media and fans scrutinize every move. The few given long-term flexibility tend to have the most success, but the instant-gratification nature of big business makes those opportunities rare.
The 2016 NFL season will determine the fate of several coaching staffs across the league. Poor performance for two or more seasons is a recipe for change. According to Donovan Rose of The Cauldron, an average of six head coaches have been fired each year since 2005. The average tenure of those coaches was just under three seasons.
We’ve identified six coaching staffs on the hot seat as this season nears. Will they flourish or fail? Make sure to leave your predictions in the comments section below.
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