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Post Week 1 NFL Coaches Hot Seat Rankings – Give these NFL Hot Seat Coaches Hell Johnny Cash!

Post Week 1 NFL Coaches Hot Seat Rankings

A chair on fire... metaphor "In The Hot Seat"

NFL Coaches Hot Seat Rankings

Give these NFL Hot Seat Coaches Hell Johnny Cash!


1.  Jason Garrett, Dallas Cowboys – Could Jason Garrett, Tony Romo, Jerry Jones, and the Dallas Cowboys have had a worse Week 1 game than their 28 – 17 loss to the San Francisco 49ers which could have been 50 – 17 if Harbaugh and the 49ers had wanted the score to be higher?

NO is the simple answer to that question!

Our opinion on Jason Garrett has not changed in the six seasons that he has been the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys since taking over for Wade Phillips during the 2010 season:

Jason Garrett is NOT qualified to be a head football coach in the NFL

Hell, Jason Garrett is NOT qualified to coach our kids’ 110-lb pee-wee football teams.


The TRUTH is that Bozo the Clown could have posted a .500 coaching the Dallas Cowboys in the past five seasons with all the money that Lead Idiot Jerry Jones has spent on talent for his team and why the Hell would any NFL owner have a coach that can achieve what Bozo the Clown could do for a Helluva lot less money?

Lead Idiot Jerry Jones owns the Dallas Cowboys is the answer to that question.


As for Tony Romo….very simply Tony Romo is the most overrated player in American football history on any level……PERIOD.


2.  Dennis Allen, Oakland Raiders – Dennis Allen may have been a solid defensive coordinator during his career but from what we have seen of Allen with the Raiders the past two seasons he is not much of a head coach but then the Raiders have made a habit of hiring people that are “not much of a head coach” in recent years so Allen should feel very comfortable in Oakland.

Dennis Allen is now 8 – 25 in his third season at Oakland with the opening week loss to the New York Jets and up next for the Raiders is a game against the Houston Texans at home and the way Houston looked in Week 1 it looks like the Raiders will be going to 0 – 2 soon!

Can Dennis Allen win more than 4 games coaching Oakland in 2014?

Uhhh….looking over their schedule….NOT LIKELY!


3.  Gus Bradley, Jacksonville Jaguars – Gus Bradley and the Jaguars missed a great opportunity to get a BIG WIN on Sunday after jumping out to a 17 – 0 lead at halftime over the Philadelphia Eagles BUT 34 points by Chip Kelly & Company in the second-half and Bradley is again…

Moving On Up To the Top of the NFL Coaches Hot Seat Rankings!

Gus Bradley won 4 games in 2014 in his first season as the head coach of the Jaguars and to get off the Hot Seat in 2015 he will need to win…

8 games minimum

….which makes the Week 2 game at the Washington Redskins very Damn important for Bradley because this is a game the Jags could, should, and better Damn win!


4.  Marc Trestman, Chicago Bears – Marc Trestman led the Chicago Bears to an…

8 – 8

….record last season which was a decent effort BUT losing to the Buffalo Bills at home to open up 2014 is no way to start this season and up next for the Bears is a game….

At San Francisco!

Coach Hard Marc Trestman or your rear-end is going to get Very Damn Hot!


5.  Joe Philbin, Miami Dolphins – Maybe it’s just us but the Miami Dolphins did look like a lot better and more motivated football team in their Week 1 win against the New England Patriots than they looked anytime last season and if Joe Philbin wants to get off and stay off the Hot Seat then he better keep his team rolling against a suddenly very fired-up team in the Buffalo Bills in Buffalo.

Can Joe Philbin get off the Hot Seat and take the Miami Dolphins to the Playoffs in 2014?

We don’t see why the Hell not?

Coach Hard Joe Philbin!


6.  Tom Coughlin, New York Giants

Memo to Tom Coughlin on the Detroit Lions Game: What the Hell was that? Really now….what the Hell was that?

We will answer the above question for Tom Coughlin: The New York Giants performance against the Detroit Lions was a Complete Freaking Disgrace!

Let’s ask the now obvious question:

Is Tom Coughlin over-the-hill as a head coach of an NFL team?

Uhhhhhh….that would be a BIG YES!

Memo to New York Giants fans: In our opinion the owners of the New York Giants are sacrificing the entire 2014 season and maybe seasons in the future on the cross of what Tom Coughlin has done in the PAST. That would make New York Giants fans one thing and one thing only….CHUMPS!

Up next for Tom Coughlin and the New York Giants….Arizona!

Got 0 – 2 Tom Coughlin and the New York Giants?

You will have 0 – 2 soon!


7.  Rex Ryan, New York Jets – The Good News for Rex Ryan and the Jets in Week 1 is that the Jets got a WIN!

The Bad New for Rex Ryan and the Jets in Week 1 is that the Jets got a WIN over the Oakland Raiders which the Coaches Hot Seat Flag-Football team could whip with our starting quarterback injured so that win over the Raiders means….


With that win over the Jets Rex Ryan is now….

47 – 40

….in six seasons with the team with the Jets missing the Playoffs the last three seasons.

Can the Jets miss the Playoffs again in 2014 and Rex Ryan keep his job?

Well….the Jets are a Mediocre organization run by Mediocre people and owned by an Mediocre person so YES if the Jets miss the Playoffs again Rex Ryan could return for the 2015 season!

The Good News….at least the Jets aren’t owned by a Complete Freaking Idiot like the Dallas Cowboys!

Coaches Hot Seat NFL Quotes of the Day – Wednesday, September 10, 2014 – Carl Von Clausewitz

Coaches Hot Seat NFL Quotes of the Day – Wednesday, September 10, 2014 – Carl Von Clausewitz


“All action takes place, so to speak, in a kind of twilight, which like a fog or moonlight, often tends to make things seem grotesque and larger than they really are.”


“Courage, above all things, is the first quality of a warrior.”


“Everything in war is very simple. But the simplest thing is difficult.”


“If the leader is filled with high ambition and if he pursues his aims with audacity and strength of will, he will reach them in spite of all obstacles.”


“It is even better to act quickly and err than to hesitate until the time of action is past.”


“Never forget that no military leader has ever become great without audacity.”


“Principles and rules are intended to provide a thinking man with a frame of reference.”


“The backbone of surprise is fusing speed with secrecy.”


“The more a general is accustomed to place heavy demands on his soldiers, the more he can depend on their response.”


“The political object is the goal, war is the means of reaching it, and the means can never be considered in isolation form their purposes.”


“Two qualities are indispensable: first, an intellect that, even in the darkest hour, retains some glimmerings of the inner light which leads to truth; and second, the courage to follow this faint light wherever it may lead.”


“War therefore is an act of violence to compel our opponent to fulfill our will.”


“Kind-hearted people might of course think there was some ingenious way to disarm or defeat the enemy without too much bloodshed, and might imagine this is the true goal of the art of war. Pleasant as it sounds, it is a fallacy that must be exposed: War is such a dangerous business that mistakes that come from kindness are the very worst.”


“Determination in a single instance is an expression of courage; if it becomes characteristic, a mental habit. But here we are referring not to physical courage but to courage to accept responsibility, courage in the face of a moral danger. This has often been called courage d’esprit, because it is created by the intellect. That, however, does not make it an act of the intellect: it is an act of temperament. Intelligence alone is not courage; we often see that the most intelligent people are irresolute. Since in the rush of events a man is governed by feelings rather than by thought, the intellect needs to arouse the quality of courage, which then supports and sustains it in action.
Looked at in this way, the role of determination is to limit the agonies of doubt and the perils of hesitation when the motives for action are inadequate.”


“We repeat again: strength of character does not consist solely in having powerful feelings, but in maintaining one’s balance in spite of them. Even with the violence of emotion, judgment and principle must still function like a ship’s compass, which records the slightest variations however rough the sea.”


“Men are always more inclined to pitch their estimate of the enemy’s strength too high than too low, such is human nature.”


“With uncertainty in one scale, courage and self-confidence should be thrown into the other to correct the balance. The greater they are, the greater the margin that can be left for accidents.”


“Although our intellect always longs for clarity and certainty, our nature often finds uncertainty fascinating.”


“Any complex activity, if it is to be carried on with any degree of virtuosity, calls for appropriate gifts of intellect and temperament. If they are outstanding and reveal themselves in exceptional achievements, their possessor is called a ‘genius’.”


“If the mind is to emerge unscathed from this relentless struggle with the unforeseen, two qualities are indispensable: first, an intellect that, even in the darkest hour, retains some glimmerings of the inner light which leads to truth; and second, the courage to follow this faint light wherever it may lead.”


“There are times when the utmost daring is the height of wisdom.”


“Boldness governed by superior intellect is the mark of a hero.”

Wikipedia Page: Carl Von Clausewitz

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