Being an NFL head coach is a tough job. You get almost no credit for the wins and almost all of the blame for the losses. Plus, any jagoff with a recliner and a Twitter account thinks he can do your job better than you can. Even worse, having a mini-stroke on the field can’t save you from a mid-season firing apparently.
We’re only a few weeks away from “Black Monday” when traditionally the wave of NFL head coach firings happen following the final Sunday of the regular season but we kind of have an idea about who might be cleaning out their desks that day.
Before all that, let’s discuss who not only isn’t getting a pink-slip in a few weeks, but could also take home Coach of the Year honors as well.