The Carousel Starts Now: 10 NFL Coaches Who Should Be Put Out Of Their Misery

December 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The NFL regular season is winding down.  The playoff lineups are all but set, with only two spots left to be determined.  This season, like every year, has been a tumultuous one around the league, and unrealized expectations (no matter how unrealistic they were to begin with–I’m looking at you, Dallas Cowboys) have already cost four head coaches their jobs. 
Brad Childress ran himself out of Minnesota by alienating everyone within earshot. 
Same thing for Mike Singletary in San Francisco. 
Wade Phillips, to almost no one’s surprise, was a lame duck with no voice in his own locker room who didn’t get past midseason. 
And Josh McDaniels in Denver may go down as one of the worst head coaching hires in history (although, frankly, I’m kinda partial to Rich Kotite’s two-year run with the Jets for that honor).
Even after those guys hit the unemployment line, there are a number of head coaches...

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