Robert Saleh, New York Jets
The Pressure Mounts for Saleh
Just three seasons into his head coaching job with the New York Jets, Robert Saleh is feeling the pressure. The Jets were eliminated from playoff contention after a blowout loss to the Miami Dolphins. With just three games left in the season, Saleh’s job security is in question. Despite signing a five-year contract with the Jets, his 5-9 record this season and 16-32 overall record with the team may not be enough to save him.
Matt Eberflus, Chicago Bears
Job Security Concerns for Eberflus
Matt Eberflus had a disappointing first season as the head coach of the Chicago Bears. After a 3-14 finish, including a 10-game losing streak, questions surrounding Eberflus’ job security have arisen. Although there has been a slight improvement this season with a 5-9 record, the Bears’ inability to hold onto double-digit fourth-quarter leads has raised concerns about Eberflus’ ability to turn the team around.
Mike Tomlin, Pittsburgh Steelers
Is Tomlin’s Job on the Line?
Longtime NFL coach Mike Tomlin is facing speculation about his job security as the Pittsburgh Steelers struggle to secure a playoff spot. With four losses in their last five games, including a defeat to the Indianapolis Colts with their backup quarterback, Tomlin made the decision to change things up by starting third-string quarterback Mason Rudolph. Despite a successful tenure with a 170-100 record since 2007, Tomlin’s future with the team remains uncertain.
Ron Rivera, Washington Commanders
Struggles Continue for Rivera
Ron Rivera, who was fired by the Carolina Panthers after nine years as head coach, has faced challenges in turning around the Washington Commanders. After finishing first in the NFC East in his first year with the team but with a losing record, Rivera’s squad is on track for another losing season. With a five-game losing streak, Rivera remains focused on keeping the team positive despite their disappointing performance.
Bill Belichick, New England Patriots
Uncertainty Surrounds Belichick’s Future
The New England Patriots have undergone a transition since the departure of quarterback Tom Brady. Head coach Bill Belichick experienced his first losing season in two decades and missed the playoffs for the first time since 2002. Although rookie quarterback Mac Jones helped the team secure a playoff spot this season, the Patriots are on track to finish below .500 for a second consecutive year. Reports suggest that owner Robert Kraft may be considering parting ways with Belichick, despite his impressive track record.
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