Week 13: What are the chances your favorite squad gets a new head coach? I break it down (and I rank the teams too).
32. Cincinnati Bengals (1-11) — I asked at the beginning of the season who the hell Zach Smith was? I still am. Chances of change: 50 percent.
31. New York Giants (2-10) — Ron Rivera’s firing just made Pat Shurmer’s already hot seat flaming hot. Chances of change: 85 percent.
30. Washington Redskins (3-9) — Jay Gruden was already axed this season and I really don’t think that Bill Callahan is the answer. Chances of change: 100 percent.
29. Miami Dolphins (3-9) — Brian Flores will get a second season, but that is it. Chances of change: 10 percent.
28. New York Jets (4-8) — For some reason, Adam Gase is a high regarded coach. He shouldn’t get a second year, hell, he should be fired for losing to the Bengals, but he will be back. Chances of change: Ten percent.
27. Atlanta Falcons (3-9) — Dan Quinn is done. Chances of change: 100 percent.
26. Detroit Lions (3-8-1) — When will people figure out that the Hoody’s assistants just aren’t that good? And, losing to the Redskins showed automatically be the kiss of death. Chances of change: 75 percent.
25. Denver Broncos (4-8) — Vic Fangio will get a second season but start out on the hot seat. Chances of change: Five percent.
24. Los Angeles Chargers (4-8) — There were too many high expectations for the Bolts this year, so I can’t see Anthony Lynn surviving the cut. Chances of change: 80 percent.
23. Jacksonville Jaguars (4-8) — Doug Marrone, thanks for playing. Chances of change: 95 percent.
22. Arizona Cardinals (3-8-1) — I like Arizona’s potential. Kliff Kingsbury hasn’t done anything to really warrant being fired…yet. Chances of change: Five percent.
21. Cleveland Browns (5-7) — This is a no brainer. Chances of change: 100 percent.
20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-7) — Bruce Arians is one of my favorite coaches and he has that putrid team overachieving. Chances of change: 100 percent.
19. Carolina Panthers (5-7) — The Redskins are responsible for two coaches getting fired so far this season. Chances of change: 100 percent.
18. Philadelphia Eagles (5-7) — Doug Peterson still has the glow of a Super Bowl win working for him but most of his coordinators will be replaced and expect Carson Wentz to be dealt and Nick Foles to return. Chances of change: Two percent.
17. Chicago Bears (6-6) — I think we’ll see a QB change before a coaching change. Chances of change: 15 percent.
16. Oakland Raiders (6-6) — Considering the fact that I gave this team no fucking chance whatsoever this season, Chucky has done a phenomenal job and I expect his brother Jay to join him next year. Chances of change: Two percent.
15. Dallas Cowboys (6-6) — Jason Garrett is week-to-week right now. Unless he wins the Super Bowl, he is done. Chances of change: 99.9 percent.
14. Indianapolis Colts (6-6) — Frank Reich is the right man for the job in Indy. Chances of change: One percent.
13. Los Angeles Rams (7-5) — Sean McVay will stay…Jared Goff might be another story. Chances of change: One percent.
12. Tennessee Titans (7-5) — Mike Vrabel is not the problem in Tennessee, their QBs are. Chances of change: Five percent.
11. Pittsburgh Steelers (7-5) — I think the fans want to move on but, realistically, Mike Tomlin has done so much with so little this season. Chances of change: 75 percent.
10. Minnesota Vikings (8-4) — This might surprise SKOL Nation but Zimmer is not going to get it done there, so time for an upgrade. He will be a surprise firing. Chances of change: 90 percent.
9. Houston Texans (8-4) — Houston’s ownership loves Bill O’Brien. I, on the other hand, do not. But I don’t have a vote. Chances of change: 15 percent.
8. Kansas City Chiefs (8-4) — Andy Reid is one of the best in-season coaches. The fans aren’t quite tired of his playoff choke jobs yet. Chances of change: Five percent.
7. Buffalo Bills (9-3) — I really thing that this team is overrated but their record says otherwise. Unless McDermott is traded to Carolina, he is staying. Chances of change: Nine percent.
6. Green Bay Packers (9-3) — No change here… Chances of change: Zero percent.
5. San Francisco 49ers (10-2) — Shanny stays but I’m convinced he’s a fraud. Chances of change: Zero percent.
4. New England Patriots (10-2) — The Hoody is also the mater of his own destiny. I think he’s waiting for TB12 to retire so that he can prove that he can win with a different QB. Chances of change: Two percent.
3. New Orleans Saints (10-2) — Sean Payton is the master of his own destiny. Jerry Jones (or even Dan Snyder) might make a run at him. He won’t be fired, but… Chances of change: 50 percent.
2. Seattle Seahawks (10-2) — Pete Carroll isn’t going anywhere. Chances of change: Zero percent.
1. Baltimore Ravens (10-2) — If Lamar Jackson doesn’t go all Lamar Jackson this season, John Harbaugh is looking for a new job. Instead, he’s looking at a big raise. Chances of change: One percent.
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