What NFL head coaches are on the Hot Seat? Here are the Riggo’s Rag - NFL Coaching Hot Seat Rankings – Week 10.
10. Tom Coughlin (New York Giants) – (3-6) Coughlin will more than likely be back regardless of what happens with the Giants. And he now has them on a three game win streak. LW #
9. Mike Smith (Atlanta Falcons) – (2-7) I don’t think Smith should be on the NFL Coaching Hot Seat, but the record dictates that he is. Although GM Thomas Dimitroff deserves more blame than smith for the Falcons thin roster. LW #
8. Jason Garrett (Dallas Cowboys) – (5-5) The Cowboys have a good shot to win the NFC East. But if they don’t, that might be it for Garrett in Dallas. LW #
7. Mike Munchak (Tennessee Titans) – (4-5) The loss the lowly Jaguars doesn’t help Munchak get off the hot seat at all. LW
6. Gus Bradley (Jacksonville Jaguars) – (1-8) You would think that a rookie head coach like Bradley wouldn’t be on the hot seat, but we will need a few more wins to stay safely off it. LW #
5. Gary Kubiak (Houston Texans) – (2-7) Kubiak is on leave from the Texans for health reasons, but the team was spiraling downward before that happened. LW #
4. Dennis Allen (Oakland Raiders) – (3-6) The Raiders showed some potential at times early in the season, but now appear to be floundering under Allen. LW #
3. Mike Shanahan (Washington Redskins) – (3-6) Shanahan may need to finish close to .500 in order to ensure he returns as the Redskins head coach. LW #
2. Leslie Frazier (Minnesota Vikings) – (2-7) Frazier staved off disaster with a much-needed win over the Redskins in week 10. LW #
1. Greg Schiano – (Tampa bay Buccaneers) – (1-8) Although the teams has played better in recent weeks, the Buccaneers need to win more games for Schiano to come back. LW #
The Redskins’ Mike Shanahan had the same record (3-6) last season and got the team an NFC East title. He needs a win against the Philadelphia Eagles on the road in Week 11 to move away from the top of the Rankings.