Which NFL Coaches Should Be Fired?
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Tom Cable -- Raiders
He's the Raiders coach, and interim at that, which means his job security is less stable than the U.S. economy.
Romeo Crennel -- Browns
After narrowly missing the playoffs last season, Cleveland failed miserably to live up to expectations this year.
Jack Del Rio -- Jaguars
The Jaguars were supposed to contend for the AFC South title; they instead finished last.
Herm Edwards -- Chiefs
He plays to win the games, well, except for this season when the Chiefs won twice.
Jim Haslett -- Rams
It looked good for the first few games when he took over for Scott Lenihan, but not anymore.
Marvin Lewis -- Bengals
Things have gotten dramatically worse in Cincinnati since the Bengals last made the playoffs in 2005.
Rod Marinelli -- Lions
0-16. Need we say more?
Wade Phillips -- Cowboys
After losing in the playoffs last season, Dallas struggled this year despite a roster filled with Pro Bowl players.
Andy Reid -- Eagles
It's been a decade with the Eagles, and still no Super Bowl ring.
Mike Singletary -- 49ers
Dropping his pants to motivate his players may not have been the most prudent decision.
Norv Turner -- Charges
The Chargers were in the AFC championship game last season but may miss the playoffs this year.
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