NFL: Jason Garrett, 10 coaches on the hot seat in 2014

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Jun 10, 2014; Alameda, CA, USA; Oakland Raiders coach Dennis Allen (right) and media relations director Will Kiss at organized team activities at the Raiders practice facility. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

While we are still a few weeks away from NFL training camps opening, some NFL coaches should already be feeling the heat to make 2014 a good year. Last season saw seven total head coaches get the ax. Five were fired on “Black Monday” and Gary Kubiak, as we all know, didn’t even make it to the end of the season.

Head coaches take all the heat and hardly any of the glory for their teams’ performance. Unless, of course, you’re talking about Bill Belichick who seems to have been dubbed a genius no matter what. But, for the rest of the NFL, the job of head coaching is a thankless profession and one with little to no job security either. Still, it’s never too early to start thinking about those who might be cleaning their offices out at the end of December.

Here are ten NFL head coaches with warm to hot seats for 2014.

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  • Demarkus Tramail Swan

    Of all the HC’s DA is ON THE HOTTEST SEAT..,,

  • jj

    I dont think jeff fisher is on the hot seat so much as schotty is. With all of the position coaches in place including the hyped G. Williams , schotty just doesnt stand out. With the youth, speed, and potential the offense has schotty just seems to be on a steady cautious line. Only downfall is a new ofensive play book

  • Matthew

    bradley on the hot seat? did you just mostly look at teams with bad records last year and claim all those coaches should be looking over their shoulders?

  • G3N0BR0WN

    I’m sorry but no coach in their second year is on the hot seat unless the team goes winless. Bradley=Safe, Marrone=Safe

    • Matthew

      agree, unless they pull a schiano (completely lose the team).