Post Week 15 NFL Coaches Hot Seat Rankings
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Post Week 15 NFL Coaches Hot Seat Rankings
1. Mike Smith, Atlanta Falcons – In a game that Mike Smith and the Atlanta Falcons had to win somehow Smith and the Falcons found a way to lose to the Pittsburgh Steelers and now it is going to be very hard for Mike Smith to find a way to return as head coach of the Falcons in 2015.
Now at 5 – 9 on the season with these games left on the schedule…
At New Orleans Saints
….we guess it is possible that the Falcons could win out and make it into the Playoffs then win a Playoff game BUT would even that lead to Mike Smith hanging onto his job in Atlanta?
First up….the Atlanta Falcons MUST win their last 2 games and hope a Helluva lot else happens in their favor!
2. Joe Philbin, Miami Dolphins – There are reports out of Miami that Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin is in some trouble….
Future in doubt for Dolphins coach Joe Philbin, Barry Jackson, Miami Herald
“On Monday, in the aftermath of another Dolphins season of failed expectations, coach Joe Philbin shrugged off questions about his future and instead made the same points he has cited repeatedly after losses this season: That his team needs to play a full 60-minute game, that the opponent deserved to win, that “we’ve got to find a way to make more plays.”
Those words have become predictable and the team’s December swoons have become too commonplace, putting Philbin’s job very much at risk with two games remaining.
Though owner Stephen Ross has declined to publicly discuss Philbin’s status, Ross is interested in luring Jim Harbaugh from the 49ers if the Dolphins miss the playoffs, according to a source. ESPN reported that Oakland is the front-runner to land Harbaugh.
Even if Ross cannot snag Harbaugh, Philbin is still in jeopardy, though it’s not absolutely certain that Philbin would be out if his team finishes 9-7.”
Now at 7 – 7 on the season with these games left to play….
New York Jets
…the Dolphins could easily finish at 9 – 7 IF they play just AVERAGE football the rest of the way out….BUT…that’s the problem here isn’t it?
The Miami Dolphins are just flat-out AVERAGE under Joe Philbin….PERIOD.
3. Marc Trestman, Chicago Bears – Watching the very AVERAGE New Orleans Saints whip the Chicago Bears on Monday Night Football caused us to realize that the Bears have the perfect combination of….
Non-NFL Level QB in Jay Cutler
Non-NFL Level Head Coach in Marc Trestman
Hey, Jay Cutler and Marc Trestman are nice guys BUT if we owned a NFL franchise we wouldn’t pay either one of them…
…but then what the Hell do we know?
The Chicago Bears are now 5 – 9 on the season with these games left on their schedule…
At Minnesota Vikings
…and we have to think the BELOW AVERAGE and Very Damn Un-Motivated Chicago Bears will finish at…
5 – 11
…and in our opinion that should lead to the Chicago Bears to…
Firing Marc Trestman
Trading Jay Cutler for a bag of potato chips if they can get that for him
…but then what the Hell do we know?
Hell, is there a NFL team STUPID enough to want Jay Cutler as their quarterback considering a quarterback first and foremost has to be a LEADER?
There are lots of Very Damn Stupid People in owner and management positions in the NFL so “Maybe” is the answer to the above question!
4. Rex Ryan, New York Jets – Somehow the Hapless New York Jets found a way to beat the Pitiful Tennessee Titans on Sunday in a game that in TRUTH neither team wanted to win if they were thinking about the 2015 NFL Draft and that win leaves the Jets at….
3 – 11
….on the season which leaves TWO games left in Rex Ryan’s head coaching tenure with the Jets which means the Long National Nightmare for football fans across America is almost over….which must especially be a relief to fans of the New York Jets football team.
5. Gus Bradley, Jacksonville Jaguars – With the Jacksonville Jaguars loss to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday the Jags record in 2014 dropped to…
2 – 12
…and Gus Bradley’s two-year record with the Jaguars now stands at:
6 – 24
That is all.
6. Tom Coughlin, New York Giants – Luckily for Tom Coughlin and the New York Giants the Redskins are on the Giants schedule TWO times each season because that accounts for…
….of the Giants wins in 2014 and with that win the Giants record in 2014 now stands at…
5 – 9
Here is what’s left on the Giants schedule this season:
At St. Louis Rams
Got 5 – 11 Tom Coughlin and New York Giants?
You are about to have 5 – 11!
7. Jim Harbaugh, San Francisco 49ers – We said about all we have to say on Jim Harbaugh in a recent blog post…
A Few Comments on Jim Harbaugh and the Complete Meltdown of the San Francisco 49ers – NFL Post Week 14 Coaches Hot Seat Rankings – These Prima Donna NFL Coaches Will Get Paid Whether They Are Worth A Damn Or Not Johnny Cash….But Light Their Sorry Asses Up Anyway! – Vince Lombardi and the “Greatest Prize the Game Can Offer”, Coaches Hot Seat NFL Blog, December 10, 2014
….but with the San Francisco 49ers loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday we would like to officially welcome Jim Harbaugh to the…
The REAL question with Jim Harbaugh for anyone considering hiring Jimmy is…
Have you learned any lessons from the mistakes you made with the San Francisco 49ers especially pertaining to the decisions you make relative to Alex Smith and Aldon Smith?
That is the very first question we would ask Jim Harbaugh if we were the owner of a NFL team that was considering hiring Jim Harbaugh to be our head coach and Jimmy’s answer to the above question would be fascinating and very Damn revealing because most…
Pompous Arrogant Asses
…as is the case with Jim Harbaugh in our opinion NEVER learn a Damn thing from their mistakes and thus often make the same Damn mistakes over and over again.
Jim Harbaugh’s MAIN problem in our opinion: Jim Harbaugh views all of life and every interaction with every other human being as some kind of competition that Jim Harbaugh MUST win or Jim Harbaugh will feel like a failure which is a serious mental issue that can be fixed BUT the person with that perspective on life must admit he/she has a problem and deal with in a direct way.
Jim Harbaugh would do well to look over the quotes of a man that we know that he and certainly we sure the Hell do respect…the Great Bill Walsh….
Coaches Hot Seat NFL Quotes of the Day – Friday, November 21, 2014 – Bill Walsh, Coaches Hot Seat NFL Blog, November 21, 2014
…but a few quotes in particular by Bill Walsh that Jim Harbaugh should pay extra close attention to are:
“The ability to help the people around me self-actualize their goals underlines the single aspect of my abilities and the label that I value most—teacher.”
“The trademark of a well-led organization in sports or business is that it’s virtually self-sustaining and self-directed—almost autonomous. To put it in a more personal way, if your staff doesn’t seem fully mobilized and energized until you enter the room, if they require your presence to carry on at the level of effort and excellence you have tried to install, your leadership has not percolated down.”
“Make each person in your employ very aware that his or her well-being has a high priority with the organization and that the well-being of the organization must be his or her highest professional priority.”
“It was always my goal to create and maintain a working environment both on and off the field that had a sense of urgency and intensity but did not feel like we were in constant crisis mode.”
“Clear thinking and overly charged emotions are usually antithetical.”
“Afford each person the same respect, support, and fair treatment you would expect if your roles were reversed. Deal with people individually, not as objects who are part of a herd—that’s the critical factor.”
“People matter most—more than equipment, investors, inventions, momentum, or X’s and O’s. People are at the heart of achieving organizational greatness.”
Read – Think – Learn and most importantly CHANGE Jimmy before you take on your next challenge or it will end in a…
Complete Freaking Disaster