NFL Hot Seat: 5 Coaches who must win in Week 10

Oct 30, 2016; Atlanta, GA, USA; Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy and quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12) talk during a stoppage in play against the Atlanta Falcons in the fourth quarter at the Georgia Dome. The Falcons defeated the Packers 33-32. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports
Oct 30, 2016; Atlanta, GA, USA; Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy and quarterback Aaron Rodgers (12) talk during a stoppage in play against the Atlanta Falcons in the fourth quarter at the Georgia Dome. The Falcons defeated the Packers 33-32. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports /
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Nov 6, 2016; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; New York Jets head coach Todd Bowles looks on in the game against the Miami Dolphins during the second half at Hard Rock Stadium. The Miami Dolphins defeat the New York Jets 27-23. Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports
Nov 6, 2016; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; New York Jets head coach Todd Bowles looks on in the game against the Miami Dolphins during the second half at Hard Rock Stadium. The Miami Dolphins defeat the New York Jets 27-23. Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports /

. New York Jets. Todd Bowles. 4. player. 30.

Remember how much hope New York Jets fans had for this season? Ryan Fitzpatrick was coming back, they had arguably one of the most dominant defensive lines in football and were trying to build on a 10-6 campaign in 2015.

Now, the Jets are back to being their old selves. Todd Bowles and his team are just 3-6 with their most recent loss coming to their AFC East rival in the Miami Dolphins. Their offense is struggling mightily as well, ranking 27th in the league with 19.2 points scored per game while contributing to the fact that they’re 31st in the league with a minus-11 turnover differential.

This week, the Jets will be taking on the Los Angeles Rams in a game that they need to win before taking on the New England Patriots in their next contest. The Rams aren’t playing much better at 3-5, but they continue to send out Case Keenum as their starting quarterback.

Considering the fact that the Jets still have to play the Patriots twice, they can’t afford to lose any games against weaker opponents. If they fall to the Rams this week, then they’ll be in serious danger of having one of the worst records in the league at the end of the season, and that could mean the end of the Bowles era in New York.